A starving, freezing girl missing fur showed up in our garage at the start of real winter, hunkered down and said "that's it, i'm staying." She is looking much healthier now after eating regularly for a month or two. She appears to be a Maine Coon Mix, beautiful ruff and tufted ears, etc., but she is little. This young female is petite, just 6 pounds with cute short legs--not a Munchkin (though that is what we call her) but kind of a "lowrider". She is a brown classic or splotched tabby with spots on her belly. She is just under a year old, vet says. She is clean and tested free of Feluke and FIP, been treated for fleas/earmites/worms and all good with that, healty vital signs and we just had her spayed. Actually 2 appeared about the same time (not associating with each other or friends or anything), and we can only keep one (on top of course of the pets we already had). She is playful and good with our very large dog and learning to handle the other cats. She is nibbly due to lack of previous love, but she never breaks skin and it is for attention. She probably won't like children if they touch too much, she won't hurt them, but it would stress her. Please contact me if you are looking for one!!! Help!! She is a cutie.
post #1 of 9
12/28/04 at 10:11pm