found a new home!
Plenty of my friends are looking
for one too. Find a pet to adopt.
I am already spayed, up to date with shots, good with kids, good with dogs, and good with cats.
Callie, born around July/August 2012
“I know where to go when I am hurt and dying. I found my foster home just before Christmas 2012 and was protected by a very large Great Pyrenees dog until her owner found me cowering by a tire under the car. That dog protected me all day until someone came home. The family gave me food which I had not had in quite some time, a nice drink of water, and a warm fireplace to relax next to for warmth and to dry off. I have been eating well ever since and don’t have to worry about anything hurting me ever again!
I get to play with the cats and dogs in the house too! Life doesn’t get any better than this, unless I am with you and get 100% of the attention. I love to play with feathers, laser lights, and dust bunnies. Basically, anything and everything is mine and I will have you laughing until your stomach hurts. I jump and dart, run and fly. I once got in a bit of trouble when I tore up a box of tissues on the nightstand. Ooops…my bad. But I had such a great time and the snow storm I created was the absolute best!
I love to sleep on the bed at night next to my foster mom. I will cuddle up next to her and purr. I hope she knows that I am very grateful for her rescuing me and saving my life. She will scratch my back, neck, chin and chest. But it’s on like donkey kong if she rubs my tummy! I sometimes get a bit carried away. But hey…I’m a kitten right!!
I even have a cat tree that I can sit in to look at the birds outside (and the bad things that can’t get me anymore). I use the litter box ALL the time and have all my shots. I also get some drops on my back every month. They say it is for ticks and fleas. I had to go to the doctor and they did some surgery that won’t let me have babies. So basically, I am ready for action and a great family of my own!
I really want that special forever home where I can play with kids like I do now. I don’t care if there are other dogs or cats either. I get along with very big dogs and small dogs. But I would also like to have some personal attention too. I know that home is out there somewhere.”
For more complete information on Callie, please contact Forgotten Felines at firstname.lastname@example.org or call Michelle at 256-520-2517 / 256-837-4627