Cat of the Week: Anne

Julia D Cat of the Week

Hi, my name is Anne! My foster mom bottle fed me and two of my brothers for about three weeks. And you know what, that doesn’t take the place of a mommy to nurse you and cuddle with you. I cried a lot when I was so little. My foster mom would sit and hold me to try to make me feel better and not miss my mom. When we started to eat real food we would all fight over it. It took us a little while to realize we all had our own dish with enough food for each of us.  I was born with a deformed foot and when you see me walking with a limp it just pulls at the strings in your heart! But don’t worry about me because I can run and play just as fast as my brothers. I can jump really well too! The vet said that I don’t have to have surgery for my foot since I just hold it up and don’t use it. My foster mom loves me to pieces and is always worried about me.

I am a pretty quiet, shy little girl. If there is a lot of commotion or noise I will sometimes go hide out. I would really like a quiet home to live in for my forever home. My favorite thing to do is play with toys my foster mom throws to me on the bed. Anytime, day or night, if you are near the bed I come running ready to play. I’ve been living with Katie (the dog) and 3 other cats in my foster home so I should get along well if you have other animals for me to live with.  My foster mom plays computer games and sometimes I get in the way when I try to chase things on the screen. But I don’t usually bother her too long before I settle down and take a nap on her lap. I am a big girl and can take care of myself but she still thinks I’m pretty special and likes to spoil me. If you’re looking for a kitty to spoil I’m your girl!

Anne is about nine months old and her adoption fee is $100 which includes spay surgery, being up to date on vaccinations, and a microchip with lifetime registration.

If you’d love to meet this great girl please complete an application HERE or email