Pirate Carrie is a friendly young cat. You might look at her and think "black cat"; but meeting her in person, you see the rich dark coffee color of her coat. She does get overstimulated when she is pet too much, so we recommend a home without small children. She does not like dogs and is still learning to get along with unfamiliar cats.
Her story: We trapped Pirate Carrie at a feral colony in Speedway. (Her sisters are Pirate Annie and Pirate Becky, also trapped and spayed but released.) We noticed that Pirate Carrie had enlarged teets so we went searching for babies. We came across a neighborhood resident that Pirate Carrie had sought out after delivering her litter of SIX! She must have known she needed help, so the resident provided her with food and socialized her kittens, and her in time. Pirate Carrie successfully raised all 6 healthy, beautiful kittens, who have all been adopted to their own forever homes. With her feral upbringing, we are willing to bet that Carrie is a great mouser. Now socialized, we do not want to put Pirate Carrie back out as a feral.
Current food: Authority Adult kibble and Triumph turkey canned cat food.
Current litter: Grreat Choice non-scoopable scented clay litter
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