CaRMaH (formerly Metrowest Animal Awareness Society) is an all volunteer, no-kill cat rescue group serving the Marlborough/Hudson area. Our cats are 'lap fostered' in our homes!
I’m Boston Blackeye, also known as Boston. I have lots of charm and I’m very handsome, with baby blue eyes, and a lush black and white coat. I’m a big, gentle, shy guy, and it takes me some time to trust and open up. But once I do, I'm affectionate and will purr, swirl around you, chirp, and trot over when you offer me my favorite goodies - Friskies treats and catnip! If it’s noisy or something startles me, I need a “man cave” to retreat to while I sort things out. I enjoy playing with toys - especially my catnip turtle. I have a sister and BFF, Pretty Little, and we want to go to our next home together.
We were with one person all our lives until our frail owner asked CaRMaH to help us find a new home. I was very shy when I first arrived at my foster home. I’ve known lots of love, play, and kindness here, and have shown that I respond well to someone who is gentle and patient as I learn to trust and feel secure. I am six years old and in good health. I have a lot of personality and love to give - I am a fabulous kitty.
Can Pretty Little and I help make your home complete? Ideally we would be best in a home with gentle adults, and as your only cats.
All our cats are spayed/neutered, up to date on vaccines, tested for FeLV/FIV, microchipped, treated for parasites and checked by a vet before adoption. To apply please go to http://www.carmah.org/info/adoption. Questions can be sent to: email@example.com
OUR KITTEN POLICY: Kittens under the age of 6 months need other cats for social development and fewer behavioral problems - and they keep each other company when people aren't around. So, we adopt out kittens in pairs, or with their charming momcats, or into home already having a young or active cat.
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