My name is Lindy!

Domestic Shorthair Cat for adoption in Largo, Florida - Lindy
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SPCA Tampa Bay

Facts about Lindy

  • Breed: Domestic Shorthair
  • Color: Unknown
  • Age: Adult
  • Sex: Female
  • ID#: 31485443
  • Hair: Unknown
Hi! My name is Lindy but my foster mom usually calls me Momma Cat and sometimes Lindy Lou. I came to the SPCA with my newborn kittens after someone found us outside and alone. All four of us went to an awesome foster home through the SPCA and my kittens have now all been adopted. No one knows much more about me than that. Well, except my foster mom.

My foster mom says that I'm independent and kind. She says that I am gentle and loving. My foster mom always tells me that I'm super sweet....but I can tell you that I'm a little scared. Okay, maybe a little bit more than a little scared. You see, I want to be close to my human but not necessarily on top of my human. I will let you hold me and let you scratch my ears but at times I like to hide. Most of the time I want to be near you but not necessarily next to you. I love treats and I will come running when you shake the treat bag and say "Who wants some treats?" I will probably sneak up onto your bed after you are asleep so that I can be next to you. I need a human who is very patient and understands that it is going to take some time for me to not be scared. I need a stable home that doesn't have children and it has to have lots and lots of treats. Did I mention that I really like treats?

My foster mom wants me to tell you that I got along really good with my foster dog sister and my foster cat brother and foster cat sister

So here is the deal - I will totally accept you and all of your quirks if you can totally accept me and my quirks. Me and my human are going to be a team and we are going to be best friends. It will just take us some time to get to know each other. But honestly, all we have is time - right? Do you think that you're the human for me? Yes? Well stop standing there thinking to yourself how beautiful I am and go get started on that paperwork so that we can go home....together!

About SPCA Tampa Bay

About Our Shelter...

Our Mission:
To be the community leader in animal advocacy by preventing cruelty, promoting humane care and reducing pet overpopulation.

Scheduled Admissions: We are open six days a week. We admit all owned pets, and sick/injured strays.

Largest Pet Adoption Facility in Tampa Bay: We adopt out canines and felines, rabbits, birds, ferrets AND pocket pets ~ guinea pigs, hamsters, mice and rats.

5-Acre Farm Animal Sanctuary: Take a ‘Share Our Shelter’ tour and feed the goats, cow, horse and donkey! All are permanent SPCA Tampa Bay residents.

More Rehabilitation, More Saved Lives: We treat broken bones, skin and ear infections, heartworms, and more.

Extensive Behavior Training: We teach volunteers, adopters, the public and other animal shelter personnel so that they can train the animals.

Proactive Animal Cruelty Investigation: Every call reporting a suspected animal cruelty is acted on.. We handle more than 1,500 investigations/reinvestigations each year.

Abuse Prevention Training: We develop and deliver programs for Middle/High School students, social workers and law enforcement professionals.

Disaster Response/Animal Recovery: We work with the Humane Society of the United States to deploy Bay Area Disaster Animal Response Team (DART) volunteers after disasters strike.

Education & Dispute Resolution: We work with high risk youth through the 6th Judicial Circuit Court’s Juvenile Diversion Program.

Pet Care Seminars: Our annual series of seminars has been available to the public since 1995.

Life & Legacy Planning: We began offering informative estate planning seminars with pets in mind more than ten years ago.

Continuing Education (CEU) Programs for Professionals: We offer a variety of continuing education workshops for educators, animal shelter and veterinary personnel, animal-related business owners and financial planning professionals.

SPCA Tampa Bay is a 501 (c) (3) non-profit organization that relies on philanthropic gifts from individual donors. The organization does not receive any State or Federal tax dollars. Your philanthropic support plays an essential role in ensuring that homeless pets receive humane care.

Come Meet Our Pets...

9099 130th Ave N in Largo
(Just south of the Ulmerton & Starkey Roads intersection)

For Animal Emergencies: call 727-586-3591.
After Hours, follow the message prompts.

Tuesday - Friday: 1pm to 7pm
Saturday: 10am to 6pm
Sunday: 1pm to 5pm
Closed on Mondays

Our Adoption Process...

Your Adoption Fee Includes:
Spay/Neuter Surgery
Current Vaccines, Deworming, Heartworm (dogs) & Feline Leukemia exams
County License (Pinellas County Residents only)
Microchip and tattoo in ear for identification
30-day Free Pet Health Insurance
Discounted obedience training
A friend for life! (priceless)