Meow! My name is Maddie
|Breed:||Domestic Shorthair||Color:||Brown Tabby||Age:||Adult|
I am already spayed, in need of an experienced adopter, up to date with shots, not good with kids, not good with dogs, and good with cats.
Type: DSH Tabby
Age Group: Adult
Special Status: Shy Cat
Date of Birth: May, 2007
Maddie was found this past winter living outside. We believe Maddie was probably someone's pet kitten over the summer of '07 but then either ran away at a young age or was allowed outside and just wandered too far. The time outside fending for herself caused her to revert to feral (wild) behaviors just to survive. Once inside she was very frightened but also wanted to be loved. With some time and patience she has begun to really come around, she rolls at your feet for attention now and will meow at her bowl to tell you she's ready for her canned food. Maddie is still easily startled and will run and hide under the bed when she hears anything loud or someone moves too fast. She would do remarkably well in a quieter home where someone is home most of the time and there are no young children to scare her (because kids move fast and can be loud). She will make someone a great pet.
More information about Happy Cat Sanctuary
Rescue Group Info...
We are a small group of volunteers who started this much needed organization in our area in December of 2003. Our dedication and love for what we do has helped make Happy Cat a trusted source to help the hundreds of stray, abandoned and feral cats around our community. Because Happy Cat is a relatively small rescue group, we have a limited amount of space to house our cats until permanent homes can be found. Therefore we are always in need of foster homes and safe places for these cats to stay on a temporary basis. Each cat that comes to us is special and deserving of not just a warm home but lot's of love too.
We have several of our cats on display in Calgary at Petsmart in the NE, along Sunridge Way. If there is a particular cat of interest to you, we can make arrangements for a meet and greet with one of our volunteers. Please email or call and we will contact you as soon as a volunteer is free.
Our adoption fee is $125 for a kitten, $110 for an adult cat, and $90 for a senior cat (over 6) We also have special pricing for bonded pairs of cats which will be listed on the biographies of those particular cats. We ask that you please fill out our questionairre which is available on our website, and read the adoption contract as well. Once we receive your adoption questionairre we will have the adoption commitee review it and a volunteer will contact you within 24 hours. If you have any questions please do not hesitate to contact us.