Taffy was found outside in the cold with her two small kittens. Her kittens got adopted and she was spayed. While she was recovering, we found out that she is social, friendly, and affectionate, so EHR took her in as a foster cat.
Taffy (known as "Georgia" to her foster family) is currently living in a house with a lot of other cats, but needs to be separated because she does not get along with other cats. She is a very outgoing cat, so it's unfortunate for her because she gets lonely sometimes. She would do best in a quiet home with no other pets and at least one person who has a couple hours each day to spend with her. A quick scratch on the head and neck is all the petting she wants -- after that she only wants to hang out and nap or watch TV with you, play with the mouse on a string occasionally. . . very low maintenance. She loves playing (she plays like a kitten, it's adorable), eats well, is very clean, and very affectionate.
Taffy has a lot of love to give and has been waiting a long time to find her forever family. Please consider adopting this special girl.
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