I rescued this outdoor cat in March of last year when she had newborn kittens. I homed her kittens when they got old enough. I have had her in my basement since. I do not have the heart to release here back outside nor do I have the time due to work she needs to gain trust. I don't want her to live her life in a basement when she deserves so much more. She sometimes cries at night, it breaks my heart. She is so lonely. She wants to trust people and just don't know how. I want her to get a loving home where someone will have patience with her to give her what she deserves. She is not that social with people. She lets me pet her but she acts scared and unsure. I am praying someone out here will have the love, patience and time for her that she deserves. She is absolutely beautiful. I can tell she wants to trust someone. I really want to see her going to a home with other cats, no dogs no small kids. She absolutely LOVES other cats and kittens. She truly needs a feline friend to help her feel comfortable to come out of her shell and learn social and trust skills from watching them. She is a super sweet girl just scared. She lets me pet her. She loves it and she purrs like crazy and wants to roll over on her back for me to rub her belly. She wants to love and to be loved she just scared and so tired of living in my basement alone. She was just spayed on January 5, 2016 and up to date on her shots, 1 year rabies shot and tested negative for FIV and FLV. The vet estimated her age to be about a year old. She is a smaller girl, she weighs 7 pounds. Please call or text Tammy at 330-730-9756. Please understand that I will ask questions when you call. I want to match her with the purr-fect home where she will live a happy quiet life in her new forever loving home. I will respond as soon as I can due to work schedule. I will ask a rehoming fee to assure a good home.
Momma Cat is presently located in Mogadore Ohio.
Momma cat is not a Rose's Rescue cat. Please call or text the caregiver Tammy at 330-730-9756.
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