Date of Birth: April 2016
Tabatha is a cute little cuddlebug. She is a pretty, brown tabby with a wonderful quirky personality. Tabs (her nickname) and her mother Sippi, were abandoned cats that were rescued by a Canadian who was living in Mississippi. When the family moved back to Canada, they brought Sippi and Tabatha with them in the hopes that they could find them a loving home.
Although a little reserved at first, Tabatha warms up to you quickly and will immediately be your pet companion. She likes to be a part of your daily activities from dawn until dusk. During your morning bathing routine, you can’t miss her presence when she plants her little paws on the side of the tub or shower stall. When you are watching TV, she will be curled up with you and, while you are working on your computer, she will be happily entertained by the movement of the curser. Tabby is always there to give you a welcoming greeting any time you walk in the door and, at the end of the day, you will feel her snuggled up beside you in bed.
And throughout day, she will be an engaging conversationalist and will chatter away to you—just don’t get her started on American politics!
Tabatha and Sippi are very bonded and should be adopted as a pair. We’d like to give these sweet cats a warm welcome to Canada by finding them a loving family. They are used to a quiet household and would be best-suited for a similar home environment.
Adoption fees are $175 for adult cats (one year and older), $225 for kittens, and $125.00 for senior cats (10+ years old). The fee includes: veterinary health check, spay/neuter surgery, microchip, testing for Feline Leukemia and FIV, vaccinations, flea and ear mite treatments, and six weeks of pet insurance.
NOTE: Young kittens may not have had their spay/neuter surgery and final vaccinations at the time of their bio posting, but they are included in the adoption fee.
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