Waiting for a year for a forever home !!! Sammy (FCID# 08/23/2016 - 461), Sammy is an exquisite Tortie, a gorgeous combination of red, black, and cream color. After waiting for a home for over almost year, a volunteer offered to give Sammy a home environment!
On 8/2/2017 went to her foster family's home. Here is what her foster mom has to say about Sammy: ' I picked Sammy up on Wed. She has been amazing, acclimating rather quickly, especially for having been in a cage for a year. She is very sweet, gentle, quiet but quite affectionate with eager purrs and head bumps. Sammy loves to have her face, eyes and chin scratched. I can pick her up but she does not like to be held too long, but she is getting used to being held longer. Sammy loves to play with toys. She uses scratching post, what a good girl. She usually comes into the room where I am, and even meets me at my door, unless she is taking her long nap! At night she curls up next to me on my bed, where she stays pretty much the whole night. Sammy is curious, investigating everything, including looking out windows, but does not jump onto tables, furniture or kitchen counters. She is a pleasure to have.'
Back-story: Last Summer, she had a litter of kittens that were named after the Spice Girls. All of them had been adopted, but no one wanted Sammy. She has been waiting for her purrfect family for over a year. At 1-2 years old, she is ready to start her adult life in a caring forever home. Sammy is very sweet and friendly and loves to be petted and brushed. Sammy is very much a 'people-kitty' and has shown an attraction to children.
Sammy had been waiting for a family since August 2016 and has been moved to and from various adoption centers. Will you please give her a chance? Please submit a no-obligation adoption application to visit with her! http://www.forgottencats.org/application.php. Sammy hopes to hear some good news soon. Thank you! (Foster: Laurie E.)
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