Safire's owner passed away and she was left behind with noone to care for her as he didn't have any family. The estate executor didn't care about them. Fortunately he made friends with tenants at an apartment that he managed and she knew he had cats and went to find out what became of them. She found them in a neglectful state and decided she's find them a new loving home. She contacted us and asked for help as she wants to make sure it is a loving home with good people. Look at Safire's big eyes! She's 4 years of age, spayed, declawed and up to date on vaccines. Safire gets along with other cats as long as they don't pick on her. She's very laid back and has eyes so big she constantly looks amazed at even a spec of dust. She will also sleep next to you all night if you had pets that didn't chase her off. She is a lap cat and the loudest purrer I've ever heard says her rescuer. A second chance is what Safire needs. Want to make that happen?
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