Abbee was spayed and returned to the farm. Unfortunately, a short time thereafter the farm was sold. Another nearby farm tried to move her into their colony, but was unsuccessful. Abbee then was rescued by Stray Cat Blues, who completed all needed vet work/testing. Abbee is FeLV/FIV negative.
Abbee is diligently using the litter box. She is on a free diet of kibble and has wet food in the morning. She has had a brief encounter with a resident senior cat. Abbee was fine with that, but the senior not so much. She may do fine with other cats if introduced slowly. Abbee has had no contact with dogs or children.
She is currently in a foster situation with her two remaining kittens (Henree and Sallee) and is anxious to improve her surroundings. Abbee is ready for her furever home. Is it you?
Abbee is spayed, litterbox trained, is up to date on vaccinations, and tested negative for FeLV and FIV. She is also microchipped!
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