found a new home!
Plenty of my friends are looking
for one too. Find a pet to adopt.
I am already spayed and up to date with shots.
What was this pretty girl doing wandering around outside in coyote country? A kind woman fed her outside for a week while looking for lost cat notices. She took her to a vet to get her scanned for a microchip ( none ) and while there met a previous adopter from Purebreds Plus in the vets office. You can tell the rest of the story - the woman drove her to a Purebreds foster asap figuring Cookie's luck evading coyotes would be bound to run out soon.
She arrived in good shape. Someone had cared for her. I doubt they looked for her because no notices were put up. no one called the shelter and so forth. It is hard not to think she was put out when someone moved.
Her teeth are pearly white , she is a young cat. Her health is excellent. She will rub up against you. Greet you with her high soft, squeaky voice. She is quite composed and happy considering her recent experiences. Quite a confident girl.
She has soft red fur - not a dark saturated red but a darker red than these photo's show. Her tail is full and magnificent. She has 4 white feet and a beautiful snowy white bib. She is a little beauty. She is friendly to strangers and loves attention but is not sure she wants to be picked up and held til she knows you a little. She will tolerate it but it is not her first choice. She is a little cranky in these photo's since we woke her up and insisted she pose for us.
She is a "doll face" Persian which means her nose is not bred to be way up between her eyes. This means, to my way of thinking, that she is super cute and it also means she is lucky because she will not have the breathing problems those persians with the "peke or extreme face " have.
Someone will be very lucky to have her charming companionship.
She eats wet and dry and is litterbox perfect.
Her foster mom is Harriet in Santa Cruz