Meet our 'Spring Has Sprung' Sweethearts -- Kitten Ivy and adults Fuzzy & Wheeler - Sat, noon-2:30 p.m., at PetSmart/Ventura.
Greyfoot adopts cats to indoor only homes in Ventura & Santa Barbara counties.
Give thanks this season -- adopt a rescued cat.
I am a beautiful and healthy 8-year-old female. I am looking for a quiet home and a very understanding, cat savvy person to love me.
My story . . . I lived with my dad all my life until he found a new girlfriend. She did not like little ones like me so I was relinquished to a shelter. I think it worked out better for me anyway.
I am much more confident now and am learning to trust. I love to explore and really- really like to play. I cuddle with my foster mom at night and put my head in her hand so she can love me. When I am running around the house playing, I always stop to see her so she can pet me and I know I am loved.
I am well-mannered with my litter box and am not fussy about meals. I need time and patience to appreciate that someone can truly love me. I am good with older kids who will be patient with me. I have learned to live with another cat in my foster home -- I prefer a home where there are no other cats as I like to be the only kitty in the house.
I tolerate living with other pets but certainly it is not my first choice. I will thrive in an environment with someone who is cat savvy and understands I love attention but can be temperamental if the situation is not my choice. Although I love to play and cuddle, I do have a threshold and I will ensure you understand my threshold.
I am ready and really want to be a loving, furrever companion.
My wish for the holidays is a home of my own -- Adopt me!
For more info contact Sue. She can tell you all about me. Call 805-300-1758 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
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