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Hudson is a gorgeous little girl of about 3. She's a silky beauty with a stunning black mark on her smooth white fur. Born as part of a feral colony in mid city of New Orleans. Hudson’s feral mom was worried about where she could give birth to her upcoming family. After carefully considering several opportunities, she opted for an outside laundry room that was dark & quiet most of the time. Behind the dryer was the final decision. All went well for mom and there was a small hole in the back wall—just enough for her to come and go in search of food but not big enough to allow intruders. All was well until the little family began moving around and vocalizing. The woman who owned the house quickly caught on and agreed to allow mom to stay after sterilizing her, but babies had to go. SpayMart took all 3 kittens, Hudson, and her 2 black sisters. Every one found homes but Hudson. She’s a little quet at first, and warms up in a hurry. She’s fine with other cats an would love to trade the shelter for a forever home.
If you'd like to meet any of our precious felines, please fill out our preadoption questionnaire, then call our headquarters at 601.749.0268 or Email Us. You may also visit the SpayMart website at www.spaymart.org for more information.
All of our adorable kitties can be easily visited in the New Orleans area--either at Spaymart’s new Thrift and Gift Shop at 6601 Veterans Blvd in the shopping center with T.J. Maxx, at one of our PetsMart adoption events, or at our Mississippi headquarters location. An adoption fee of $85 is requested for adult cats which includes sterilization, vaccinations, combo testing, deworming and flea control as well as microchipping.
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