Peanut was a stray who gave birth to a litter of kittens under a shed near the home of one of our volunteers. This nice lady put food out for her. When the kittens were about 6 weeks old Peanut brought one of the kittens to her front porch and left her there. The lady brought the kitten inside her home. She brought Peanut in to see that the kitten was okay. The next morning there were three more babies on the porch! The lady brought Peanut in to spend time with the kittens and reassure her that they were okay. Then we took the kittens into foster care and found homes for them. This was an amazing act of care demonstrated by this little mom.
The lady put a little house on her front porch for Peanut, got her fixed, and continued to take care of her. But Peanut was constantly run off and attacked by other stray cats. Since she has a coordination problem she cannot defend herself and the lady felt Peanut was not safe outdoors. She was unable to give take her in because she has indoor dogs who are not cat friendly. So we took her into our foster program and hope to find a safe home for her.
She is shy and will need to learn to trust. She does not bite or scratch and loves to be rubbed and scratched on the head and chin. She is afraid of other cats and new people.
We are seeking a special person who can build her confidence and give her a secure living environment.
Please contact her foster mom at email@example.com for more info or complete an online adoption form http://pawsforlifenc.org/pet-adoptions/cat-adoptions/cat-adoption-form/. Adoption fee is reduced to $45.
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