Karma is such the perfect name for me. I like having a quiet home during the day, so I can meditate and contemplate the finer things in life. And although I can appear shy at first, It’s all an act until I decide you’re worthy of my affection. In truth, I am very loving, and am usually the first one to greet my foster Dad at the door when he comes home from work.
This spring discovered raindrops and LOVE playing with them as the run down the window pane! It’s so much fun! I can jump super high to get them! I also have a habitrail ball that I like to bat back and forth, and of course I adore anything stuffed with catnip! My foster parents say I am currently weigh about 11 lbs and I’m not done growing. I don’t see myself as a big kitty and am really quite a softie. I live indoors with three other cats and am the most timid of the group. My ideal house hold would be one that's quiet and has less cats so I can be the center of attention instead. Once I decide you are one of the good humans, I can be picked up and held, and will gently butt you with my head when I’d like some love or attention, and I love to purr! When not asking for a scratch behind the ears, my favorite thing to do is cuddle up on the highest perch of the cat tree or in the middle of the bed, and watch the world go by. (You are welcome to pet me as you pass, as my fur is so soft and my large eyes and long white whiskers are so pretty how could you resist!?!)
I am great about using the litter box, and especially love the Litter Robot if you have one! I am good about getting my nails trimmed, too. (Just turn me on my back and hold my paws out!) As much as I love my foster parents, I would really like to find a forever family to grow up with. Could it be you?
To meet me, contact Kathy at 408 332-1000 or email email@example.com
Our mission at Town Cats is to maintain a No-Kill Adoption Center/Shelter and foster home network for friendly homeless cats and kittens awaiting adoption; to bring attention to and alleviate the suffering of homeless and feral cats in Santa Clara county; to educate the public about the pet overpopulation problem and provide the public with the tools to become part of the solution to assist homeless and feral cats through Trap, Neuter and Return programs; and to find permanent, loving, and safe homes for all the homeless house cats and kittens in our care. See our video explaining the shelter (over 7 minutes long) below!
Come Meet Our Pets...
You can meet kitties at our shelter by appointment. We have some cats displayed in various stores throughout the bay area - we rotate them in and out, so stop by and see who's in the store this week! Our pet fairs change. For the latest up to date information, please check here at: http://www.towncats.org/datesl!
Our Adoption Process...
All adoptions of our cats and kittens are subject to approval by Town Cats. If approved, you can take home your new feline friend the same day provided the cat or kitten is ready to go! Check http://www.towncats.org/adopt for our most current adoption fees. Each cat will be spayed or neutered, vaccinated, tested for leukemia/FIV, dewormed, defleaed, microchipped, plus routine medical check up done prior to delivery. Each adoption also includes 30 days free pet insurance and 20% discount coupon for Pet Food Express stores (check at time of adoption, sometimes we have alternate coupon books available).
Outdoor/Feral Cats adoptions require a site inspection and adoption fees vary depending on how many cats you adopt, a minimum $25 donation per cat is recommended as each cat will have been spayed/neutered, vaccinated, dewormed and defleaed (and microchipped, if possible). We deliver feral cats to you and will provide the enclosure/cage required for minimum 30 day imprinting.
Ask us about senior cats for senior people rates too, which are negotiated based on the cat and the person's unique situation!
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