Can you hear me pur-r-r-ring? I'm purring because I am so excited that you are looking at my picture and my story! You must have a special place in your heart that can only be filled by a PRESCIOUS GREY, BLACK, AND WHITE TABBY!!
I am Cash and I was born in May, 2009, so I am still a sweet young thing! Just the right age to come be your sweet boy.....I don't do all of those little wild kitten things anymore.
My Mom was a what they call a feral cat but one of the nice Humane Society volunteers rescued me. When I first meet you, I might be a little SHY... they say I'm pretty reserved but with patience, I will learn to trust you and will really warm up to you, like I have to the nice people here. There is a nice lady here at the kennel that pets and brushes me, and even though I like it, I sometimes get kind of a scared and run and hide after a short time. But, believe me, deep inside I want to be your 'lover-boy' and with a little love and patience I know I can be the kind of wonderful companion I want to be! And if you have treats - wow! It didn't take me long to learn that I LOVE treats!
I get along very nicely with the other cats here, we are like family. But what I really would like is a PEOPLE family. Just think, to be loved, cared for and pampered - taking cat-naps together! I think about that a lot!!!!! There are several GRAY TABBY- cats living here at the shelter, but I am unique in that I have WHITE markings around my muzzle and my feet are white…. the nice lady says I am super cute!
We are all special and unique in our own way and we are all waiting for our forever homes! I can't wait for my new home. They think I will be happier in a family with adults... I like other cats, so maybe a cat too. Come see me - I'm Cash!
p.s. can you bring some TREATS?
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