My name is Goldilocks, but my nickname is Sweetie. Recently my owner moved out and left me behind. A nice lady noticed me, scratched and beat up with battle wounds from other stray cats and felt bad for me. i showed up on her doorstep crying for food and attention, so she took me inside, and a few weeks later brought me to a rescue where I am being fostered in a home temporarily.
I was taken to the vet and am fixed and up to date on my vaccines, and have even been microchipped!
The reason I am having a hard time finding my forever home is that I don't like other cats, so I would need to be the only cat in the home. I love snuggling up on the bed, and being pet on your lap. My coat has smoothed out and my foster mom says I'm looking so beautiful lately.
Since I was abandoned, I still have some fears, and am learning to trust again. Sometimes loud noises startle me, but I have already shown my foster Mom and Dad how much I love them. I sit on their laps and purr purr purr.
I have an interesting unique personality. But most of all, I just want to love you and be loved.
My foster Mom says that it would be preferred to find a home where I could also go outside sometimes. I am very good and I always stay close by and I will always come back to be inside and lay by your side and give you love. I just enjoy the fresh air and sunshine so much! I know this is harder to find, but I am hopeful that perhaps I can find the perfect scenario and home.
If you would like to find out about adopting me, or for more information on visiting me to see if you would like to take me home, please call Emily at 727-478-5579. You can also text her. Or email her at email@example.com
Thanks for considering adopting a rescue cat!
~Goldilocks aka Sweetie Pie
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