Poor Taffy has had a rough time lately. She was adopted out as a kitten in 2008 but surrendered to a shelter years later after her family moved and decided that they did not want to take her with them. Sadly, this is a frustrating yet common situation in rescue and frankly, we just don't understand it; pets are family and can move just as easily as people. Fortunately, her microchip led her back to Heartland where she is now safe and loved. Taffy is a very sweet, cuddly and affectionate cat and her ideal home would be one where she can hang out and snuggle with her humans and be the center of attention. She currently lives with two dogs and a young and very playful male cat. She pretty much ignores them most of the time but if they get in her face, or if the male kitty decides he wants to play with her, she will bat and swat at them to let them know that she doesn't want to be bothered. She also lives with 3 young girls and absolutely adores them. Taffy is a laid-back girl and is very easy in terms of care. She used to being alone during the day and is perfectly content laying in her kitty bed or watching the world outside through her window. She would make the perfect companion and lap warmer for an older person or someone who just wants a snuggle buddy. Taffy is spayed, current on vaccinations and microchipped. She deserves an adopter that will treat her like family and will love her for the rest of her life - please consider adding this sweet baby to your home!
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