This is Glenys a calico mama female cat. She is a Loving Care cat rescue kitty living at All About the Kitties satellite, which is located in Spring Grove Pa, we have very flexible hours, you can visit 7 days a week almost any time. For more info on this kitty call 225-5095 or email email@example.com you can also visit the website at http://www.allaboutthekitties.org/.
The story of Glenys is a sad one, her along with 2 other mama cats and 5 kittens were dumped in the brush at Lake Redman. All of the cats were rescued but one tiny baby would not come and did not go in the trap, it’s been too long for this little one to survive on his own and we are pretty sure his short life ended there at the hands of an ignorant owner. All of these cats didn’t just wander to this site it was intentional, they were taken there and dumped. The cruelty of some humans is just unreal but now most of the cats are safe and looking for a new family that would not discard them like trash. Glenys was the last one trapped but when the boys were in a trap she was around and very worried about them, she is a good mother or aunt and all of the kitties sleep with her and the other mamas. Glenys is the shyest of the adults and stays to herself, we don’t know what kind of life she had but it must have not been too good or she would not have been thrown out like garbage so we are giving her time to adjust. She is a beautiful girl with bold calico markings and once she trusts us I think she will be a super girl like the other two adults.
Her ID # is KC 302; the adoption fee is $50.00 which includes a negative Felv and FIV test, distemper shots, worm meds and flea treatment plus her spay. We also offer a microchip for only $25.00 more.
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