Meet Charlotte! Charlotte is a 2+ year old, very small and petite, white and gray medium-haired, female. Charlotte had a somewhat rough start in life.
I first met Charlotte at the Rainbow Daycare Center when she was very much in need of urgent help. The director called us and told me that a young cat had just delivered her kittens all over the parking lot of the day care center. The newborns were spaced out all over, in various stages of distress.
I scooped up the kittens, thumanely rapped sweet Charlotte and got them into foster care. Sadly, Charlotte lost 2 of her kittens. Time has passed on, her kittens have been adopted and Charlotte is also hoping to be happy in her furrever home. She currently is in the kitty playroom. At this time, she is very shy and not wanting to be touched but in a quiet, patient home she will blossom into a wonderful house cat.
Charlotte's purrfect home would be an indoor only, quiet, patient home with no children. She is spayed, has had her first set of rabies and distemper vaccines, and tested negative for feline leukemia. Charlotte currently rates a 3/10 on our socialization scale, with 10 being a purrfect house cat. *Charlotte may need an experienced cat purrson. She is non-aggressive and sweet, but she has shown no interest in people yet. GoodMews22@aol.com 540-825-3744
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