I am already spayed, housetrained, and good with kids.
Miss Moppet's Story...
Miss Moppet's Story...
You can fill out an adoption application online on our official website.
Soft, soft fur, quiet, loving
The beautiful Miss Moppet is looking for someone who wants to focus on her. She doesn't need constant attention--and she'd be fine as an only cat. That said, we should point out that she does love her cuddling time. She is a beautiful, probably Maine Coon Mix kitty - just look at her wonderful soft fur and bright, happy eyes!
Miss Moppett was part of a feral cat colony in town. The caretaker never realized how sweet and tame she was, because the colony was in an alley behind a street full of stores where she was always dodging traffic, hiding, and coming out only at night.
Moppet delivered four adorable kittens on the day she was rescued, and what she is hoping for now is a loving family in a home all her own, maybe with some children to dote on her; however, she does get along very well with other cats. Moppet is super sweet and very playful - a lot of fun to have around. She can't wait for people to come in and pet her, she's extremely gentle, and she loves to be cuddled and loved.
Come to meet the lovely Muppet and see if you'd like to adopt her and whisk her away. Just click the adoption link, then fill out the online application. She'll be looking forward to meeting you!
To adopt her, go to her webpage at www.happycatadoptions.org and under her photo, click the adoption link, then fill out the online application. She'll be looking forward to meeting you!
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