Queen Elizabeth , along with her siblings, Princess Di, Prince Hairy and Duchess, were born (mostly likely mid-May 2014) to a stray mom cat, Chase, in Northside. Originally someone had taken them in to give mom and her newborns shelter, but when their landlord found out, the landlord came in and removed Chase and her five little ones and told his tenant that he would never see them again. He also warned the tenant that if he brought more cats into his apartment, that he would be evicted. Just over a week later, the tenant was walking around the neighborhood and saw mom Chase by a dumpster with four of her little ones in the debris. He called our rescue right away and we scooped them up! We don't know what happened to the fifth kitten.
Queen Elizabeth was adopted out and is now known as Elsa. She was in a busy home with kids, cats and dogs and it was just too much for her. She hid most of the time, so the owner thought it would be best if she came back to us. Now that she is back she has blossomed into a sweet, affectionate girl.
Elsa is spayed, microchipped, vaccinated, negative for fiv/felv. Her adoption fee is $50. If you are interested in adopting her, please fill out our online application at http://www.purrfectfriendscatrescue.org/adopt.html#contract or contact us at email@example.com for more information! Thank you!
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