I'm being cared for by: Two Left Paws Animal Sanctuary
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Facts about Nicki
Color: Brown Tabby
already spayed, up to date with shots, and good with cats.
I am already spayed, up to date with shots, and good with cats.
Hello there. My name is Nicki. I was born on June 13, 2005. My brother is Francis and my sister is Telgte. My mom is Clare. I share something very special with my mom Clare. We both have extra toes. Extra toes on cats in New England are a symbol of good luck. I have a wonderful personality according to my foster mom. I am the most outgoing of the litter. I'm just a sweet, sweet girl. I just love to be around people, at night time I will sleep on your pillow next to you, and when you wake up in the morning I will still be there. When you are sitting down I will be right there to curl up on your lap and purr. I would love to find a forever home with a family that would spend time with me when they are home and who would let me share their pillow at night. It would be even more perfect if I could find that home with my mom or one of my siblings. Do you think that could be with you? I would make you very happy I promise!
Two Left Paws Animal Sanctuary is a non-profit, no-kill animal rescue organization dedicated to the rescue of companion animals.
Our Mission statement
We are a compassionate, innovative, and progressive sanctuary fostering alternative environments and humane standards of care. Through exhaustive efforts, we seek to help every homeless companion animal reach tomorrow.
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Our Adoption Process...
All of the animals in our care are altered, microchipped and up-to-date on vaccinations.
We require an application - see our website for the online forms; www.twoleftpaws.org
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