HALLE is a beautiful, young, exotic tabby that was rescued as an owner surrender from a local shelter with her 5 very young kittens. A shelter is absolutely no place for kittens that young that have no immune system built up to protect them. The shelter they came from had very little foot traffic, so one of the employees reached out and asked if Furry Friends had room to take them. Fortunately, we did, and the adorable little family was rescued. HALLE was a great mom even though she was really just a kitten herself. Her kittens have all been adopted, so now it is her turn. She is now spayed and will never, ever have to deal with taking care of another litter of kittens again.
HALLE was aged by our vet at just a year old, which means she was maybe 6 months old when she became pregnant. She is was just a kitten herself. This is why it is so very important to spay and neuter your animals. Most people don't realize that cats can become pregnant at just 4-5 months old.
HALLE is such a great cat. She doesn't mind being picked up and handled and still plays with toys. She loves attention and likes to sit on laps. She's not picky about who's lap it is either. She gets along great with the other cats and actually really likes the large dog in her foster home.
HALLE should not have spent her kittenhood raising her own family and now deserves to live the luxurious life of a pampered house cat. Please consider giving this beautiful, exotic girl the home that she deserves!
For further information please contact us at www.furryfriendsanimalrescue.org/contact-us or call 214-676-2434. Anyone interested in our cats will be required to fill out an adoption application. All our cats will be spayed or neutered, microchipped and current on vaccinations. We do ask for a $140 adoption donation. To fill out an application on line, just go to www.furryfriendsanimalrescue.org and click on the Adoption Application link.
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