Poor Harper was found on someone's doorstep. Just left there in a carrier with a note attached that said "A gift for you. I'm sorry, I know you like cats. My mom won't let me keep her. Thank you." She had a cone around her head in the carrier because she had just been spayed. She was serious distress when we were called and required extensive medical care because of an abscess on her shoulder that must have been the result of an injury.
She has been through so much! She was abandoned and injured and who knows how long she was in that carrier before being rescued. After going through all that, she is now an absolute love! She enjoys playing and bonds quickly. She loves playing with other cats and loves to entertain. She does not like being held or picked up, but does enjoy being pet and played with. She also likes to play bite and scratch (but never breaks skin!), so she would do better in a home without children.
If you would like to give this sweet girl the comfort, stability, and love that she deserves please fill out an application using the link below!
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