Trinity came to our shelter with her litter of 2.5 week-old kittens. She had been dumped on the property of a friend of our shelter when she was pregnant, and gave birth to her kittens in a woodpile.
It took a few weeks for her rescuer to gain her trust and capture her and all of her babies, and then she came to our shelter. She has been a great mom but is definitely ready for a life of leisure and luxury! Even when her kittens were very small and still nursing, Trinity wanted to greet every person who came into her room at the shelter.
She loves being petted and can't wait to start her new life as a valued indoor cat who doesn't have to worry about wandering stray or giving birth anymore!
Are you the perfect forever home for Trinity?
Approximate date of birth: 5/26/2013
Weight: 12 lbs.
Spayed or Neutered: Spayed
Vaccines: Up to date
Allergies: None known
Special Needs: None
Ok with Cats: Yes, but would likely prefer to be an only cat
Ok with Kids: Yes
Ok with Dogs: Yes, considerate dogs
Likes: Taking naps with her kittens, saying hi to everyone
Dislikes: Having to share her favorite humans with too many other cats.
Adoption Fee: $ 149
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Please see our website for details on our adoption process, and feel free to email with any questions about the process or about the pet you're interested in.
Home visits required and dog adoptions often do require structural fencing. (We make decisions regarding the fencing requirement on a dog-by-dog basis, according to the dog's exercise needs and energy level.) Stafford SPCA does not condone the exclusive use of invisible fencing. We reserve the right to deny placement of puppies and kittens into homes with children under 5 years old.
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