Tammy is a two and one half year old female tabby. She was rescued from Animal Control along with her five kittens on August 1, 2016. Now it is time for Tammy to find her forever home.
Tammy was a wonderful mother to her kittens and was heartbroken as four of them left her for their forever homes. One of her kittens is still in the home. They play together and really amuses the humans. Learning she was fearful of our young dog, I started spending more time with Tammy. She will let me hold her for as long as I am willing to rub her cheeks and throat. She is fitting in with my personal cat now and would probably fit in with a mature dog. She loves to play with ribbons, springs, toys on a stick and just finds things like kitties will do. She loves to go onto the screened in porch to watch the birds and sounds of nature.
Tammy has been spayed, micro chipped and is current on all her vaccinations. She is ready to go to a new home.
Go to the website Paws for Life Animal Rescue, a Franklin County Humane Society Program or contact firstname.lastname@example.org to arrange for you to meet Tammy.
Tammy, Domestic Short Hair has been shared from Shelter Exchange.
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