TAFFY: Everyone should have a rolly polly diva calico once in their lifetime. Here is your chance to help this beautiful "Taffy" girl. She is young, about two or three years of age, but she just doesn't like other cats. She really wants her person and will cuddle up with you.
Hello friends! My name is Taffy and I am a young calico girl seeking my forever home. I was rescued from outside when my people left me behind but I am very grateful that Pets Bring Joy has taken me in to give me a chance. Please read my letter below:
KITTENS KITTENS KITTENS. ENOUGH ALREADY.!!! Now it's my turn. I like to be with my purrrson and I love to have my head rubbed. I don't need to be up in your face. I just want to be where you are.
If my people reach over and pet me on the head, I do like that very much and I'll keep circling round to collect some more affection. I continue to quietly deliver my gentle head-butts to my friend's leg and try my hardest to make eye contact and signal with my big gold eyes that I would love some more petting. That's my polite personality. I don't want to be rude, you know!
I've got short, soft, snowy white and orange fur and golden eyes. I would prefer to be your one and only kitty so that we can focus all of our love on each other!
Please email Petsbringjoy.org so that we can meet. I want to go home forever. Love, can't wait!
More about Taffy:
Is Not Good with other Cats, Is Good with Adults, Quiet, Likes to play with toys, Apartment OK, Playful, Affectionate, Eager To Please, Intelligent, Even-tempered, Gentle. Likes to sleep at the foot of your bed.
To find out more about Taffy or how to make her a purrmanent part of your home, please visit petsbringjoy.org.
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