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Facts about MISS KITTY KITTY

  • Breed: Domestic Shorthair
  • Color: Brown Tabby
  • Age: Adult
  • Sex: Female
  • ID#: 3205219
  • Hair: Short

My name is MISS KITTY KITTY!

Domestic Shorthair Cat for adoption in Jamestown, Ohio - MISS KITTY KITTY
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MISS KITTY KITTY's Info...

I am already spayed, housetrained, up to date with shots, and declawed.

MISS KITTY KITTY's Story...

Miss Kitty Kitty came to us from a dog breeder who found her hiding in a debris pile in the middle of an old corn field.

She is probably between 4-6 yrs old and has a bit of a hard time here because she is a people cat, not necessarily a multi-cat home kitty.  Miss Kitty Kitty enjoys being petted and a good lap or a warm sofa spot, loves to climb on top of something and watch the goings-on, but doesn't like other kitties getting in her way.

She was fostered for a bit by the dog breeder who breeds chihuahuas until we could make room for her, and seemed to have picked up a few chirpy noises while there. We have never heard a cat make some of these noises and it's quite cute to listen to her 'talk' to you.

Miss Kitty Kitty came to us front declawed and does not like dogs of any size and would appreciate being the only cat, possibly would adjust to one other cat in the house (we don't know; she just doesn't like as many as we have in our facility).

Once adopted, keeping things quiet for awhile is best for her as she is a hider, but once adjusted she loves attention, will chirp for more, enjoys a good meal, loves catnip, and is very fond of string toys.



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About Wishful Thinking Endeavors, Fuzzbucket Farm

About Our Rescue Group...

At Fuzzbucket Farm, a furry division of Wishful Thinking Endeavors (WTE), our mission is to provide a no-kill environment for mistreated and unwanted felines, promoting the placement of our cats with responsible, loving families and if necessary, a lifetime refuge in our sanctuary.

When we drive down the street and see a stray animal, we don’t drive away saying, “Somebody else will stop and take care of it." We are the ones who stop because we cannot bear to see an animal suffer. Animals don’t choose to be neglected, abandoned or abused, but they are. We take in those animals; provide medical care and a safe, warm, loving environment; and then find them a forever home.

We have been rescuing and providing sanctuary for animals for over 15 years. It is amazing how much personality these little critters have. Each cat is an individual with his or her own needs and quirks. We hope to help these little furry personalities by helping them find a loving and nurturing home.

Come Meet Our Pets...

Email us for a visit with the kitties, wte_dreamers@live.com. You may also visit our website, http://wte.rescuegroups.org and our Facebook page http://www.facebook.com/fuzzbucketfarm to meet our fuzzy felines.

Our Adoption Process...

We want to ensure each animal is going to a loving and nurturing environment. We screen and interview each applicant for the safety and welfare of the animals. Our adoption fee of $75 is used to mitigate examination fees, vaccines, testing, spay/neutering, background checks and processing. The adoption fee does not cover a majority of the expenses, but it does show us the adopter is willing to provide and sacrifice for the sake of the animal. We look forward to providing these animals the best friends possible.

We invite you to help us by adopting rescues from us, other non-profits, the animal shelter or if you find one on the street. If you can’t rescue, you can always help in other ways. Non-profits live by donations and adoptions. If you would like to sponsor an animal, send us towels or blankets, build us a cat tree, provide a bag of food or litter, sew us a bunch of catnip toys, or any other ideas that would make a kitty happy, we would love to have you contact us.