Meet Busy Bee! Busy was kept in a cage for the first 10 years of her life. She was born in the home of a hoarder, and was separated from the rest of her family when she was just weeks old. All of them were forced to live in separate cages in a very dark, hot, rat infested barn. Until we rescued Busy a few months ago, she had never walked on the floor. She had always, always lived in a cage. She did not know how to jump when we first got her. She was very depressed and would hardly interact with anyone. Her coat was dull and so were her eyes. Now, she is a happy, energetic little girl who loves to run and exercise her newfound powers of jumping and climbing. She lives up to her name, she is always exploring and finding out new things about her world. She is a wonderful cat and she deserves a real home, with a bed and attention and love. She's had such a rough start in life, won't you bring Busy Bee into your home ?
C.A.T.S.-C.A.N., Inc . is a non-profit organization based in Geneva, Florida. We operate a no-kill shelter and have cats and kittens up for adoption at Oviedo PetsMart. We screen each applicant. Please call or come by to see our kitties - 11:00 - 5:00 every Saturday and most Sunday's Noon to 4:00 at the Oviedo Petsmart adoption event. You can also visit a few of our resident cats every day in the Petsmart Cat room!
Cats-Can Does Not Permit Declawing - For more information on Declawing, please visit our Feline Care Tips Menu on our homepage and visit our webpages of wonderful cats that are already declawed looking for new homes.
Know someone who needs low-cost, high-quality spay/neuter services for their pets? Have them contact SpayNSave at 407-920-4894 for clinic dates, information and appointments. We work with feral cats, domestic cats and also offer spay and neuter services for dogs. Contact us today!
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