Mazel arrived at Chicago Animal Care and Control after being attacked by another animal – probably a dog. Her right rear leg was dangling and needed to be amputated. Luckily, she found a foster home through CARF: The Critical Animal Relief Foundation. That was back in November.
Now she has completely recovered. She gets around just fine on three legs but she doesn’t do much jumping or climbing. So, she never gets up on the kitchen counter, but she does love to snuggle into fluffy beds.
She loves cuddling in bed with her foster family. She just purrs and purrs. She has not yet been socialized with other animals, but she might in time get along with one other gentle-natured cat.
She loves looking out the window at birds and squirrels. She’s not much of a scratcher, but she does allow you to easily trim her nails. She lets you pick her up and carry her around in your arms. She loves treats and being pet. She is also perfect with her litter box.
To meet and possibly adopt beautiful sweet Mazel, please fill in the adoption application at tinyurl.com/CARFadoption and follow up by e-mailing firstname.lastname@example.org Her adoption fee of $95 benefits the animals of CARF. She is being fostered in Chicago. She is very healthy, spayed, up-to-date on vaccines, micro-chipped and virus-tested.
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