If you have a special love for special cats – then we'd love to tell you all about Stormy. Stormy is one of our special cats, who dreams of finding an understanding and loving forever home. She is a medium haired, Siamese mix with beautiful blue eyes. She was found in early July, abandoned at the property next to New Leash on Life – so emaciated we were unsure if she'd survive – but she did and is doing great – she's gained weight and is eating normally. We are guessing her age to be around 6 1/2 years old, however we are not for sure due to the condition she came to us. Stormy spends her time in a loving foster home where she gets lots of attention and appears to get along with other cats in the home. She loves lounging around on the cat trees and just watching the activity – she is even learning to play with toys. Stormy loves getting head scratches and chin rubs and will snuggle in your arms once she gets to know you. She isn't a lap kitty – at least not right now – but with time we think she could be. Not knowing her history we don't know where she lived before coming to New Leash on Life. She has had some litter box issues – not wanting to go in the litter box, but once the right spot was found, she uses the litter box almost every time. She likes a clean litter box, so having a couple of litter boxes next to each other will make this special situation better. Please consider adopting this very special girl and give her the life she deserves. Stormy is spayed, micro-chipped, and vaccinated. Her adoption fee is $50.00. Contact us if you are interested in meeting Stormy and arrangements can be made with her foster home so you can meet her and see her beautiful sweet face and loving personality. **Adoption Center Policy: All cats must be INDOOR ONLY and shall NOT be declawed.**
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