Inanna was living in a hoarding situation in Madison County. Partners for Pets was called in, and took in a very large number of animals. Inanna was pregnant when she joined our care, but she was so thin it was hard to tell. On Easter Sunday she had 4 beautiful babies. 4 weeks later, Inanna began caring for her foster sister's 5 babies, in addition to her own 4, for a total of 9 babies. She took it so gracefully, and each baby grew up to be well mannered, and well cared for. Now those babies are grown, and Inanna is looking for her own human family. Because of the sheer number of cats in the hoarder's home, Inanna was initially a bit under-socialized, and terrified. She has now been with her foster mom for some time, and is very trusting and sweet. She will likely not adjust right away in a new home,.Within a few weeks, she will warm to you, and give you kisses, and well as snuggles. Inanna would be best suited for a home with other cats already. She is a great caretaker, and gives baths to all her foster siblings. She follows her foster mother around everywhere, always waiting for lap time, and cuddle time. She is so sweet, once she feels comfortable with you, she will become your greatest ally. Just give lovely Inanna a chance, and she will show you what forever love is.
Meet Partners for Pets' adoptable cats at the Glen Carbon Petsmart every Sunday. All cats have been fixed, microchipped, vaccinated, tested for FIV and FELV, and have been treated for fleas, earmites, and worms.
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