Personality Type: Part-time Lover: wants to be in the same room but gimme some space!
Description: Christie was badly bitten by another cat when she was out on the street. During her recovery, she showed how appreciative she was to being inside and safe. Indeed, Christie loves the indoor life.
She is a playful, feisty, smart cat with a lot of character. She is curious about everything and can be very amusing in her explorations. What a clown! Christie is a great companion, always wanting to be in the presence of her foster mom. Sometimes she wants to sit on a lap and be petted, but only if she is in the mood. Christie is afraid of new people at first, but quickly warms up. She is dominant with other cats, but enjoys their company once they work things out.
Christie would love to share your home and keep you entertained. Might you have a place in your heart for Christie?
Christie is spayed, FeLV and FIV negative, current on shots, treated for fleas and worms, microchipped and is litter box trained.
Adoption fee: $50.00
Single kittens must be adopted with another cat/kitten or into a home that has a playful cat or dog for company.
To adopt, please contact email@example.com for a copy of our application form. You can also apply online at http://tinyurl.com/PMAdoptionApp or find a physical copy at the Baltimore Pet Shoppe. We also accept application forms from the Philadelphia Animal Welfare Society (PAWS).
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Please use my number A35421602 when applying to adopt this cat.
This cat is being fostered through the partnership of Project Meow and PAWS.
Project MEOW is a 501(c)3 non-profit animal rescue organization and is dedicated to saving the lives of West Philadelphia's homeless, abandoned and unwanted animals.
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