2-3 years old, female cat
My name is Halloweenie, and I'm an extra special, 1-3 year old, spook-tacular calico girl. I have a pretty "scary" story if you'd like to hear it?
I was living peacefully outside as what they call a "community cat". Someone fed me, and loved me and even got me spayed. I certainly didn't love living outside, but I was happy for the care I was given. Life was going pretty good, until I was hit by a car. Some kind person found me injured and brought me to the shelter. The medical staff discovered I had a broken tibia AND fibula and abrasions all over my little cat body. They decided it was best to amputate my leg. I was really scared, and in a lot of pain but something really good happened after they took my leg away:
SOMEONE NOTICED ME.
So, I lost my leg but I gained much more. I live in a foster home that is WARM and has lots of blankets for me to knead on. Now that I know what a home is, I never want to be outside again. I am a quiet and very content little girl. It's been 6 months since my leg left me, but I have learned how to jump up on the bed and windowsills, and sometimes I get the "midnight crazies" where I zoom around and play with TOYS.
Some of my favorite activities include: being around my temporary human 24/7, making sounds similar to a squeaky bike wheel, and trying to scratch my neck with my ghost leg .I get compliments all the time on what a neat and tidy gal I am.
I'd do really well in a relaxed household. I like other cats who don't chase me and understand we need our own space. I don't have any idea what a dog is, but I'm sure the same thing applies for them. I like to eat junk food, so I need someone willing to keep my girlish figure in check.
I'm all ready to go to my own home, and I'd love to find one soon! I'm up to date on all vaccines, spayed, treated with flea preventative, FIV/FelV tested negative and my "stump" is healed beautifully.
Age: 2-3 years
Litterbox trained: yes
Up to date on shots/vaccinations: yes
Color: black and orange
Interested in Halloweenie? Fill out an adoption application here