Honey is 4 years old 2017
GORGEOUS GIRL SEEKS A SPECIAL KIND OF PURRSON TO RELEASE HER INNER KITTEN
Hi There People!
My name is Honey. I am a beautiful white and orange kitty who just turned four. I recently found myself in a world of confusion. How did I get here? What happened to my home?
I so badly want a special purrson to help me forget the past several months by taking me into their home and giving me all of the attention I deserve. I promise that I'll be worth your while.
I'm a four (4) year old girl who's been a family cat until this recent change of circumstances when the people moved from their rental house, driving away and leaving me in the driveway. How could they?
Four years old means that I know how to behave, how to mind my manners, and how to be a loyal friend - once I regain my confidence and come to understand that I am safe and loved which I am already doing in m,y loving foster home.
Four years old means that I have a lot of living left to do and a lot of love that I'm ready to give.
My rescuer and current foster mom is so proud of me...she sees how gentle I am and knows that I will make an excellent "best friend," the kind you'll bond with and come to depend on for companionship. She is showering me with love, knowing what I just went through. I was just exhausted when she managed to rescue me since I was so scared. When I got home with her I slept for two days straight. But now, I am safe and sound.
I hope that my purrson is out there and reads about me and thinks "I know how she must feel now, and how much better she's going to feel once she's home again"
Please come to meet me so that I can go home with you - for good. Thank you so much.
(I am good with dogs and kids, apartment ok, affectionate, gentle!)
Our adoption fee is $125 for a single cat, $200 for a pair, and $75 for a senior or special needs cat. The adoption fee includes age-appropriate vaccinations, FIV/FeLV combo testing, microchipping, and spay/neuter, plus you will receive a certificate for a free wellness exam with a PBJ-collaborating veterinarian.
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