Paulette Has Never Had a Home, Start the New Year And Show Her What Home is!

Paulette spent her life romping around outside, having kittens, avoiding coyotes and cars. She lived with numerous other cats in the same situation. She was not part of a feral colony, per say, someone was feeding all the cats but never spayed or neutered anyone. But when she had her last litter of kittens in the neighbors bushes, they called us. "Please, please come get these babies. We can't bear to watch this litter get killed as we've seen happen to other litters." So, we were able to bring six tiny kittens and their momma into our care, as their feeder claims none of the cats belong to him. Thus, Paulette is not feral. She has had some amount of human contact through being fed and is actually a very sweet little girl who seems particularly grateful to be living life indoors now.

She has been spayed and vaccinated and tested neg. for FIV/Felv. Her last and final litter of kittens have all been adopted and now Paulette awaits a home where she won't be forced to live in fear of coming face to face with a coyote or car. This girl is going to be happy to curl up on the couch, watch the snow fall from INSIDE the house, and have someone who adores her. She will most likely be quite entertaining as she enjoys tossing around a toy or two!

Animals In Distress is a no-kill Cat Shelter located at 238 Danbury Road. We are open on Saturdays 1:00pm - 4:00pm or during the week by appointment. Email kittiesforkeeps@gmail.com or call 203-762-2006
online application http://animals-in-distress.com/adoptionform/catadoptionform.html

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