This is Samara. She is a pretty short haired grey tabby with white and an adorable pink nose. Her story is a sad one, and we believe we have been able to turn her life around! She was living downtown in a house under constant renovations and noise, and thus came to us high-strung, and little did we know in constant pain. She has ALL 4 PAWS DECLAWED, which leaves her defensless and because she has no other defenses, and was in pain she would lash out with growls and hissingSamara is now in foster care where she was able to be closely monitored and cared for. she was recently prescribed a painkiller and she has had a complete personality change! She is now a fairly happy cat, with grumpy cat moments.We believe, Samara still needs a quiet environment to help calm her and make her feel safe, since she has no defenses. She is being fostered with other cats, but it took time and patience for her to trust them. She is a very loyal cat to her foster mom, follows her around the house and has lengthy conversations with her. Please contact us about adopting Samara and giving her a permanent, loving home. Samara's medication currently costs $25, per month, she does not have any bad household habits.
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