Meet our cats Sat, Dec 3 -- noon-2 p.m., at PetSmart/Ventura -- Adopt one of our older kittens Finn & Louie; adults Gia, Khloe & Wheeler.
Celebrate life with a lifelong companion by adopting a Greyfoot rescued cat. Meet this beauty Sat, noon-2 p.m., at Petsmart/Ventura.
I am Gia, a large, blue-eyes, flame point Ragdoll. I am gorgeous! My tail is soft and bushy. I am a head butting, love bug who has the typical flame point personality. My foster dad nicknamed me Apricot. I am very shy at first want. Once I get to know you I do not want you to stop petting and giving love and attention. I will grab your arm if you try to leave. I will nibble on your fingers and rub up against you.
I am a healthy 6-7-year-old female -- recent vet wellness check. Vet said my teeth looked good. Some people shy away from me because of my age. I was overweight when rescued, my foster mom controls how much I am fed. I now weigh 13 pounds and vet feels that is a good weight for me. I love dry food but do not drink enough water so I am fed a controlled amount of wet food only with water added -- it works like a charm. I cannot eat dry food as I become constipated.
My story . . . I was rescued from a shelter where I was extremely fearful -- I was an owner turn-in, just another unwanted adult cat. I did not understand why I was there. A cat lover rescued me with hopes of finding me a quiet and loving, forever home. I must go to a quiet home where I will be the only cat and there are no kids. My new family must feed me wet food only and must control the amount of food I eat to ensure I do not regain the weight I lost.
My wish for the holidays is a quiet home of my own with an understanding, cat savvy person to love me -- Adopt me -- Love me just the way I am!
Greyfoot adopts in Ventura & Santa Barbara Counties only. Call 805-649-2844 or send email to firstname.lastname@example.org
spayed, felv&fiv test negative, vaccinated
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