Hi future forever home! My name is Sweetie and I am searching for someone to love dearly. I love a good belly rub, cuddling up, and spending time with my human. I promise I will make the best loyal, devoted friend and companion.
I am looking for a home with no other pets as I am not a huge fan of other cats. I was lost and wandering the streets of Toronto for a while and met some unfriendly individuals, and so I prefer a quiet and peaceful environment all to myself. My time on the streets was extremely tough as I was attacked and bitten by another animal. Luckily, I was rescued and given medical attention, and today I am fully recovered and ready to be your perfect companion and purr machine.
If you are looking for a cuddly buddy who will love you unconditionally, I am just right for you. So go ahead, fill out those adoption papers and take me home! I am real sweetie and can't wait to cuddle and give you all my attention!
Her foster family shares: "Sweetie is currently residing in her foster home in Toronto. She was rescued in Toronto when her rescuer noticed her suffering from very bad bite wounds. She has since recovered, been fully vaccinated (also spayed) and is ready for her forever home. Sweetie is a very easy going cat who loves humans and receiving attention. She unfortunately does not get along very well with other cats. However, perhaps with time she would learn to.". She is a very sweet girl who can't wait for a family of her very own to scoop her up! Adopt Sweetie today.
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