Meow! My name is Casper
I am already spayed, housetrained, up to date with shots, not good with kids, not good with dogs, and good with cats.
A few years ago I wandered into the garden of an elderly lady who fell in love with me! She named me "Casper" after the friendly ghost, even though I'm a girl! I played hard to get, but her friends finally nabbed me and had me "fixed", although I don't remember being broken in any way. Gradually I grew more confident and came into her house. I liked to sit by her computer while she worked and sleep in her bedroom at night.
Sadly my adopted mom passed away recently. I was stuck outside for a little while because I was too afraid to go back into the house when she wasn't there, but her friends were kind to me. They fed me and eventually took me to stay with some other cats for a while. I'm not sure I really like being in close quarters with other cats, but I'm keeping my chin up.
You might not think I'm a Calico because I'm mostly white, but look closely at my "patches"!
Rescue Group Info...
Fat Cat Rescue was founded by one of the original co-founders of the Stanford Cat Network, one of the first TNR programs in the country. While SCN focusses on the Stanford University campus, Fat Cat Rescue responds to requests for help in the surrounding community.
When you view a cat's profile or our adoption application form, you'll find a "Here's How" link which shows our process and adoption low, low adoption fee.
Santa Clara and San Mateo counties, primarily Menlo Park down to Cupertino.