Find a Forever Home for Snickers
Little Snickers is a beautiful, very sweet, lovable, 12-year old spayed kitty. Her family was moving and did not want to take her with them. Her mom left her outside and would not let her in the house for 4 to 5 weeks.
Snickers continued to stay in the yard until the owner brought her to a shelter telling them she was a stray.
Snickers was very unhappy and had gotten thin, was cold and dirty. She always had kept herself clean and beautiful.
Snickers recently had a thorough physical exam from her veterinarian. Her blood work was good and she was given her vaccine updates. Her teeth and general health is very good. She is on a very low dose of medication for hyperthyroidism which she takes very easily in a treat. Snickers’ blood levels of thyroid function have been very stable over the past few years since she was first diagnosed.
Snickers would love to be an only kitty, with no children if possible and adults who could give her a lot of love and attention. She is very easy to care for, uses a litter pan well, eats only dry food and is presently getting Purina complete cat chow. She loves clean fresh water and her coat is now pure white, soft and just lovely. And she gained her weight back. She is an exceptionally clean kitty and purrs up a storm! She will sleep next to you and purr you to sleep.
Her foster Mom is getting very attached to her but Snickers is in a separate room as she does not want to mix in with the other kitties.
Snickers will make someone a wonderful pet and she certainly deserves to be loved!
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