Violet is a small, domestic short-hair female with a rare black smoke coat pattern. This means that just the tips of her hairs are coloured while the roots are white, so her fur appears black with a pale ruff. She has pretty pale greenish yellow eyes and the sweetest, little face you'll ever see. She was rescued from outside where we believe someone abandoned her. She had a collar on and had her front leg stuck through it. This left her with a wound under her leg. Her fur was also matted. Poor Violet was a terrified mess. She was brought to a vet immediately for examination and treatment. She is recovering very well.
As an indoor cat, she had a tough time outdoors; she was frightened and out of her element. After some time at a clinic, she was moved to a foster home where she is now getting the tender loving care she deserves. She has been readjusting well to life inside. She is still a little shy, but has started seeking out attention from her foster mom and dad. Violet is making good progress each day and will warm up to any loving hand in time. She will need a patient, caring owner to give her a quiet forever home.
This petite girl is very gentle and sweet. So far, she does not seem to be a high-energy cat. Violet enjoys being petted from head to tail and LOVES getting scratched around her head and neck. If you stop, she will wiggle up next to you and nudge your hand for more. She gets so into it sometimes that she rolls over, almost cooing as she purrs her little heart out. Violet is still coming around and is not very comfortable with being picked up yet. However, she will happily curl up in a nice warm lap and will fall asleep there if you let her. Another thing worth mentioning is that she was incredibly well behaved during her first bath.
This angel took her time learning to play again, but now she loves chasing mice on fishing rod toys. She also enjoys sitting at the window to birdwatch and watch the world go by. She is a sucker for cat treats and not a picky eater. Violet happily snarfs down any food put in front of her. She has excellent litter box etiquette too!
Violet is spayed, vaccinated, dewormed, and treated with Revolution®.
If you would like to bring this little sweetheart into your loving and committed home, please contact us today.
For more information on Violet or to inquire about adopting her, please contact Roz at 647-716-2287 or by email at email@example.com.
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