Puddy was brought into the shelter by an unknown person. She once had a home, as she was spayed and microchipped. But when the shelter contacted the numbers registered to the microchip, they didn't get any replies. So, she was put up for adoption. After being at the shelter for over a month, Puddy was taken to a big adoption event and at the end of the day when she still wasn't adopted, our rescue took her in so she wouldn't have to go back to the shelter and possibly be killed. She is such a great cat! She has never once hissed, and is very easy-going and very adaptable, no matter where she is. We think she's an AMAZING cat!
If you are interested in adopting from Cat Posse, please visit our website, www.catposse.org and fill out the application on the cats page. You can also contact Sharon at firstname.lastname@example.org to have an application either e-mailed or faxed to you.
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