August 28, 2016---Sophie needs to find a special home...she is quiet, sweet, just wants to sit in a sunny window, get her head scratched and relax. Do you have a calm quiet home for her? She came from a neighborhood where she was getting fed , but a few people who didn't want strays around were putting out poison and actually shooting at cats. Sophie lost a few friends that way before SOS came in and got the last group to safety.
June 25---Sophie is still waiting for a special home. She keeps wondering why she gets passed up for those little kittens. She's a sweet quiet young girl. Isn't she beautiful???
May 4, 2016---Sophie is still a little skittish meeting new people, but she is becoming much more social. She loves being scratched and brushed. She lays in the sun at the window and enjoys watching the birds and squirrels. She would do well with another calm, non-dominant cat for company. Visit Sophie at the Greensburg Petsmart most weekends.
March 20, 2016---Sophie was part of a TNR project. She seemed to show some potential, so after her spay, instead of being released, she was moved to a foster home. She has been in foster for a little over a month. She is still a little nervous being touched but she purrs and loves her head and belly scratched. Sophie is still a work in progress. She will not be ready for a home quite yet, unless it is with someone who is familiar with feral cats and willing to put in the time and patience that Sophie needs to keep building her trust of people. Her foster mom will continue to spend lots of time with her, until she feels confident that Sophie would be ready for a home of her own. The vet estimated her age to be 11-12 months in Feb. She is spayed, Leukemia/FIV negative, has been wormed and flea treated, and utd on vaccines. Please email email@example.com with any questions about Sophie.
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