Meow! My name is Mura, Sweet Lovely Girl
Mura, Sweet Lovely Girl's Info...
|Breed:||Domestic Shorthair||Color:||Brown Tabby||Age:||Young|
I am already spayed, up to date with shots, and good with cats.
Mura is a lovely kitty who was rescued from the Coney Island area, where she had to fend off pit bulls, hostile neighbors and more aggressive cats. An elderly lady did her best to take care of her, and Mura was very attached to her; she’d run up to her, jump on a bench next to her and purr. But then Mura got pregnant; because she had no safe place to have her babies, they didn’t survive. When she got pregnant again, we took her in, and she finally had a safe place to give birth in! She was a wonderful mom, and her kittens were all placed. Now Mura’s looking for a great home where she can finally relax and feel secure for good!
Mura is a beautiful and very playful kitty. She’s friendly and has a quiet, really lovely demeanor. She’s independent and not really a lap cat, but very affectionate on her own terms. When in the mood she plays with little toys like mice, balls, etc. or will chase a squeaking ball. She can put up a real show and is quite funny to watch! Mura doesn’t mind having other cats around (she’s living with five others now!).
Mura is a little over two years old, spayed, tested negative for FeLV and FIV, and has all her shots. She’s healthy and ready for a forever home!
If you’d like to meet Mura, please contact Belinda, at Belinda@cooperdooper.org.
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Rescue Group Info...
We are a Brooklyn-based group of volunteers committed to improving the lives of animals in distress by working with our communities. We are dedicated to Trap-Neuter-Release programs, finding homes for adoptable animals, performing community outreach and education, and engaging in advocacy.
Please email us at BrooklynAnimalAction@gmail.com if you are interested in meeting one of our rescued cats.
Interested adopters can visit our animals in their foster homes. If they would like to adopt one of our animals, they must fill out an adoption application. If that is approved, they then complete an adoption contract. We also ask for a donation to help us continue our work.
Primarily Brooklyn, New York but also the rest of New York City.