Its a new year for our special little kitty who used to go by the initials 'TJ'!We have known TJ since she was a kitten. She is shy but will jump into your lap for loving. If you like cats who want to be flopped over your shoulder and held - she is the one. Her calico coat is extra bright and contrasting. She does have a constantly teary left eye, but it is not a medical issue or impediment for her. TJ is a little concerned about the paparazzi and tends to dodge the camera. Just the other day after the furtographer was taking a few pictures, TJ came up to her and politely explained. Pretty lady just prefers not to be in the news. And, we respect her for communicating that to us. We recently discovered that this teary eye can be corrected and our little lady has had the surgery to correct her problem! She was so excited that she whispered in our ears that it was time for us to finally know what her real name is and it is time to share it with the world. So we are now going to share it with everyone- please meet Tabitha Jane!. She is thrilled to finally fix this problem eye and really wants to find her furever home. A gentle and loving soul and now she will be even more beautiful with her eye that wont pain her anymore. New Year, new you- Tabitha Jane wants to start hers off with a new family. For now, Tabitha Jane is being fostered in Eure, NC.
As with all PAWS cats, this kitty is spayed/neutered, microchipped, up-to-date on vaccinations, treatments, and FIV/FELV tested negative. If interested, please submit and easy on-line application on www.pawsofhertfordcounty.org.
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