Annie came to us from our daughter who was asked to foster her in Marietta, GA. She was a rescue who supposedly had been checked for a chip. Our daughter moved so we took Annie in at our home with our two other cats who lived outside but had a heated and cooled shelter. When I took her for her shots this week we discovered she actually has a chip but we have not been able to track down the owners or the organization who installed the chip.
We have had her almost four years and both of our other cats have passed on (one was 19, one was 18 years old). We are now getting ready to move and Annie cannot stay in our house due to some medical reasons and the area we are moving is has coyotes.
Annie is trainable and has used a cat box in the past. She is passionate about people and in the photo on her back is when you rub her ears she immediately rolls over for a belly rub.She would be happy with someone who holds her, strokes her soft colorful fur and gives her a belly rub.
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