This beautiful girl was found crying and starving at St. Boniface Church, hence her name Grace. She was so hungry and disoriented that she began eating the kitty litter in her foster home. That’s usually a sign of anemia, which she does not have. She was just that hungry. She was found spayed but not microchipped. Given this, and the fact that she is so very friendly, she was clearly once someone’s pet and was either lost or abandoned. She is a very social girl. She has literally been purring since her rescue, and she’ll even chatter with you if you talk to her. She also loves the catnip mouse that her foster’s house cat unwillingly donated to the cause. The vet thinks she may be around 8 years old as of 8/24/13
She is spayed, negative for fiv/felv, and is about to receive her microchip and vaccinations.
Please contact Melody for more information about Grace at 513-252-4369 and fill out our application at http://www.purrfectfriendscatrescue.org/adopt.html#contract if you would like this sweet girl to purr her way into your life.
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