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    Heartfire
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    New Loving Home for my kitty

    My rescue kitty, named Sweetie is seeking a new home. I adopted her from the shelter 7 years ago and discovered the most affectionate cat imaginable. When I brought her home, after two months in the shelter, she immediately raced upstairs, jumped on the bed stating “I’m home”. She loves to be cuddled, hugged, kissed, petted, brushed and have Reiki attunements.
    She is a black & white American short hair with huge, expressive green eyes. Remember the kitty from Shrek? Sweetie communicates with looks, head movements and an occasional meow. She is extremely well behaved, never goes on tables or counters, smart and will wait patiently for her food. Even though Sweetie is in her twilight years, approximately 12, she is in good health. One of her owners had her declawed, this requires she have a safe place without wild animals or potentially dangerous cats or dogs. She loves to lay in the sun and watch the world go by.
    Sweetie would adore to be with another mature person who loves cats and will keep her for the rest of her life. (I am her third owner) Someone who is a homebody and is seeking a wonderful, very special companion. there is a very good possibility I am moving to Hawaii and can not take her with me or believe me I would. If you are interested or know of someone please contact me at [email protected] or 707 3215257
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    ari
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    Re: New Loving Home for my kitty

    Does she get along well with dogs?

    Quote Heartfire wrote: View Post
    My rescue kitty, named Sweetie is seeking a new home. I adopted her from the shelter 7 years ago and discovered the most affectionate cat imaginable. When I brought her home, after two months in the shelter, she immediately raced upstairs, jumped on the bed stating “I’m home”. She loves to be cuddled, hugged, kissed, petted, brushed and have Reiki attunements.
    She is a black & white American short hair with huge, expressive green eyes. Remember the kitty from Shrek? Sweetie communicates with looks, head movements and an occasional meow. She is extremely well behaved, never goes on tables or counters, smart and will wait patiently for her food. Even though Sweetie is in her twilight years, approximately 12, she is in good health. One of her owners had her declawed, this requires she have a safe place without wild animals or potentially dangerous cats or dogs. She loves to lay in the sun and watch the world go by.
    Sweetie would adore to be with another mature person who loves cats and will keep her for the rest of her life. (I am her third owner) Someone who is a homebody and is seeking a wonderful, very special companion. there is a very good possibility I am moving to Hawaii and can not take her with me or believe me I would. If you are interested or know of someone please contact me at [email protected] or 707 3215257
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