Meet our beautiful gray tabby, Sugar!
This girl loves to play with the other young cat in her foster home in the morning and then can spend the rest of her day sunning and cuddling.
Suger was rescued from an industrial park earlier in the year. She was pregnant and gave birth to 3 kittens in a matter of 24 hours after rescue . Her kittens have all since been adopted and it's now Sugars turn to be a kitten herself.
She is a smart girl, a trait that came from living on the streets and having to fend for herself. Sugar is very sweet and affectionate. Her favorite pastime is sunbathing in the window watching the birds and bunnies and chasing the laser dot. She is living in the same foster home as Alex and Colin.
She has a unique relationship with both boys. Sugar has a fun playful personality and loves to chase Alex and wrestle with him. They can play for hours and then spend time bathing each other and cuddling. She and Colin were companions first so she protects Colin from the young rambunctious Alex when he gets too rough.
Sugar would do best in a home with another male cat and may do well with a calm cat friendly dog. She is very curious about her surroundings and would love to explore a home of her own.
Sugar's birth date is approximately March 4, 2015.
Please visit our website at www.takemehomepetrescue.com for more information. If you are interested in meeting one of our pets, please fill out the on-line adoption application on our website.
Puppies (under 12 months): $275
Dogs (over 12 months) $225
Large-Breed Dogs (over 75 lbs) $250
Kittens (under 12 months) $125
Cats (over 12 months) $100
Rescued Declawed Cats* $145
* TMHPR does not endorse the declawing of cats
Safe pet home visits & vet checks are required. For this reason, we only adopt locally - in the Dallas area. For more information about our rescue organization and our available pets, please visit http://www.takemehomepetrescue.com
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