Meow! My name is Tickles
|Breed:||Domestic Shorthair||Color:||Gray, Blue Or Silver Tabby||Age:||Young|
I am housetrained and good with kids.
Beautiful, fun-loving charmer in gray coat
You love somebody. You trust them. So when the people who raised you from a baby take you out to the country and drop you off, you say, 'What fun!' But then, night falls, there are smells, noises, barking dogs, wildlife...and the fun stops.
Tickles and her sister Kitchy-koo were two of three kittens seen dropped from a car. By the time the Good Samaritan put her dog away and ran back to get them, they had disappeared. But Tickles and Kitchy showed up the next morning in a tree in a horse pasture, hungry, tired, and scared. The third kitten was not found.
Tickles is a darling--she's got an adorable face, little smudges on the side of her nose, and although her looks endear her to you, her playful antics keep you coming back. She's a high-flying leaper when she plays; she chases, runs, climbs over things to get that toy.
She's a lover too. She's sweet and gentle and cuddly.
Tickles' foster family would love for her and her sister to get adopted together. They have been through a lot! But they would each be fine alone as well.
To visit these little charmers, go to Tickles' webpage at www.happycatadoptions.org and under her picture, click the adoption link to fill out the online application. Someone will call you within days to schedule a visit with the little ones.
For more information, contact her foster dad directly at: email@example.com.
The adoption donation of $125 will help Happy Cat Adoptions to rescue more helpless kittens like Tickles and Kitchy.
Visit this organization's web site to see any additional information available about this pet.
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