UPDATE: Turns out Betty Boo has diabetes. Not to worry though, she's doing great in her foster home and has already lost a few pounds. Her foster parents say she's hilarious and definitely has a soft spot for the fellas. Don't you want this luscious lady in your life? Apply now!
Update: Betty Boo has started a new exercise program - she gets all Kitty Holstered up and takes walks around the store. It took some coaxing at first, but now she does laps like a champ and has even trimmed down a bit. It shows in the picture how relaxed she is afterwards.
Betty Boo is a nice 5 year old girl who was surrendered by an owner that fed her a little too well. She really needs to slim down for her health and happiness and we have started her on that path. She is friendly and sweet. She seems to like men and young children. She has flirted with our men volunteers and loved getting their attention. When a family with three preschoolers met her in the playroom, she flopped down on her side and let them pet her like crazy. She needs a home that will love her and take the time to get her back to a healthy weight.
Go to http://www.trentoncats.org/adoptform.html to fill out an application. All of our cats are spayed or neutered and up to date on age appropriate vaccines before being put up for adoption. NOTE: Our cats are either in foster homes or retail adoption centers. If you are interested in meeting a specific kitty, please email us.
We conduct adoptions throughout the week by appointment and host weekly adoption events at several locations. Volunteers wanted! Go to http://www.trentoncats.org/volunteer.html for more information.
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