Cat Needs Loving Home

Our 3 year-old Tabby (spayed and up to date with vaccinations) needs a new home where she can get all of the attention she craves.

She has been having "accidents" in various parts of our home (mostly on towels, jackets, blankets) for several months now because she does not get the attention she needs with 2 kids in school and 2 working adults.

She is a VERY sweet and affectionate cat, but we are just not enough for her.

Please contact me ASAP if you feel that your home would be right for her. She is bound for an animal shelter if I don't hear from someone soon, and I really don't want to do that.
Jamie March 02, 2014 at 06:57 PM
She doesn't want a thankful kitty Patrick, she wants it gone.
Lee Vannett March 06, 2014 at 01:31 PM
I had "lost" one of my cats for about 6 weeks (he decided he wanted to go out on a "walk-about"), but he finally returned home last night. This made me wonder whether poor Tabby still has a home or did C. Nelson take the easy way out and just dump the poor cat in some "shelter?" There are so many more ways to deal with the so-called "animal issues," and a shelter need not be the 1st one.
Kathleen McLane March 07, 2014 at 11:53 AM
Another alternative, after a vet check of course, is interactive toys that keep the kitty occupied during the day. Then there is always checking into the possibility of a "New Pal". That usually involves a new addition to the family, but it might help. May I ask if the problem really isn't that the family finds itself in a position unable to afford kitty any longer? Though I was raised to believe that once you have brought an animal into your home you have made a pact to this animal for its life, however, I suppose there are always situations where that pact needs breaking and perhaps it best to find the animal a new home.
Kathleen McLane March 07, 2014 at 11:59 AM
Another thought, what is the positioning of the litter box to the cat's food dish and water bowl? Cats can be fussy creatures that like these items far from each other. Sometimes a repositioning of these things helps immensely. Then there's the "Shy Guys" that like their privacy & the litter box out of the line of traffic.
Lee Vannett March 16, 2014 at 06:29 PM
Today is March 16; has C. Nelson "dumped" this lovely looking cat in a "shelter" or taken under advisement the comments made by 'cat lovers' or those of us who have cats, each with their own unique personality.


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