We rescued Grumpy from an elderly owner who could no longer care for her. When we rescued her, she had ear mites. This is what has made her right ear crumpled up.
Grumpy got her name before the famous Grumpy Cat and was given that moniker because she does not meow. Rather than the typical cat meow, Grumpy grumbles when she wants to communicate. Like a typical Siamese, Grumpy likes to communicate, so she spends a lot of time grumbling to her foster mom.
Grumpy loves people and gets along with other cats. Follows her foster family everywhere, grumbling at them with love and to ask for attention. We consider that, and her crinkled little ear, very endearing and unique traits. Submit your application today!
Download an application from our website: www.preciouspetsalmosthome.org
Adoption fee of $100 per cat (unless otherwise specified) includes: spay/neuter, micro-chip, flea and parasite treatment, and all necessary vaccines and medical care. Cats are tested for FIV/Leukemia.
Precious Pets Almost Home (PPAH) is an all-volunteer, 501(c)3 non-profit cat and dog rescue comprised of a group of dedicated volunteers joined together by their compassion and love for animals. PPAH relies on donations for its operations and all donations to PPAH are tax-deductible. PPAH reserves the right to approve or decline any adoption applications that do not meet the organization’s adoption criteria, as determined in its sole discretion.
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