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Macy is spayed, tested negative for felv/fiv and current on vaccines, born sometime Nov 2009.
Macy is a sweet calico female. She was recently found in a backyard in Northeast Philly just looking for a meal. She had some scratches on her nose which are almost gone. She loves being held or just sitting in your lap. Macy is a sweet little girl with a healthy appetite. She will cuddle in your lap for some head scratches. This little calico girl is looking for her fur-ever home.
Update August 2013:
Macy is longing for her own human! She was found one winter in the backyard of a Northeast Philadelphia house, begging for food. She's been in foster care ever since, and cannot understand why she isn't the center of everyone's attention.
Macy would prefer to be an only cat, and possibly and only pet. She truly wants a person of her own, who she doesn't need to share. When her foster mom goes into her room to scoop and clean, Macy rolls on the tops of her feet, demanding attention. She loves to be brushed and held and fussed over. Her foster mom feels that once she has her forever home, she'll follow her person from room to room, and sleep either in bed with them, or very close by. Pretty much, she will just worship her person.
Take a good look at her pictures, she has a sweet, pink nose, and some beautiful tabby calico patches. Don't let her expression in her photos fool you - she's really a happy cat! It's just that the tabby patch and eye liner on her one eye make her look like she glares. Nothing could be further from the truth. She's an affectionate, sweetheart who lives for attention.
If interested in Macy please fill an application out at www.nar.rescuegroups.org
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