I am already spayed, up to date with shots, not good with dogs, and not good with cats.
Daphne is a young domestic shorthair best described as a calico tabby. She is less than 1 year old, is fully vetted and has front and back claws. Daphne was found outside, starving and eating whatever scraps she could find. A collar around her neck had made its way under her left front leg and was cutting her with every step she took. She was quite skinny and scared when she was humanely trapped, but has always been very gentle with people. She prefers not to have the company of other cats and most likely feels similarly about dogs. An athletic and clever girl, Daphne chases balls and string and can leap like a dear. She loves to find small, secret places to a sleep - like a dresser drawer or under the comforter on the bed. She also likes to sleep on laps. She talks back when she hears her name, which she does recognize. Daphne is litter box trained. She's delightful, soft and very fun. Because of her outdoor history, Daphne should be be kept indoors only and shouldn't be trusted outside.
Please email The Rescue Project at email@example.com to meet Daphne. Her adoption fee is $100 and includes spay, shots, microchip, and testing for Feline Leukemia.