Lovey is a beautiful female DSH white and black kitty. She was rescued by TMHPR in late 2014 with her 4 teeny kittens that were all adopted into wonderful homes.
Lovey was very sick when she arrived at TMHPR. She was diagnosed with an autoimmune disorder triggered by a food allergy. It took a long time for her to recover but after finding the right food she is doing great and has not had any issues in over a year. Her food is a off-the-shelf specialty food for sensitive stomach and it is easy to find in a pet supermarket.
Lovey is a very special girl. She is sweet, playful and as her name suggests very lovey! Foster mom says her middle name should be Charmin because her fur is so squeezably soft. Lovey plays like a kitten with toys and other cats in her foster home. She has a fun impish personality and will snuggle next to you at night with lots of purrs and kitty kisses.
Lovey is looking for a home with a family that is committed to keeping her on her special diet that keeps her healthy and happy, and, in return, Lovey will provide a wonderful sweet, loving and playful family companion.
Lovey’s estimated birthdate is December of 2013.
Please visit our website at www.takemehomepetrescue.com for more information. If you are interested in meeting one of our pets, please fill out the on-line adoption application on our website.
Puppies (under 12 months): $275
Dogs (over 12 months) $225
Large-Breed Dogs (over 75 lbs) $250
Kittens (under 12 months) $125
Cats (over 12 months) $100
Rescued Declawed Cats* $145
* TMHPR does not endorse the declawing of cats
Safe pet home visits & vet checks are required. For this reason, we only adopt locally - in the Dallas area. For more information about our rescue organization and our available pets, please visit http://www.takemehomepetrescue.com
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