Adopted June 3, 2012
Meet Hope, a pretty tabby female who is 2-3 years old, spayed and vaccinated. Hope was rescued from a PFA feral cat feeding station heavily pregnant again after having birthed at least two litters over the last year. It was just a stroke of luck that she was able to be rescued this spring, and our volunteers were pleasantly surprised to find a calm, purring cat on their hands rather than the feral cat they were expecting.
Hope is a sweet and affectionate cat who is very happy to be in the company of humans. At first, she was quite desperate for attention but has since settled down now that she knows her food, bed and a kind touch will not suddenly disappear! She is very relaxed in her foster home and loves to be petted and brushed.
Hope is a very special cat, having survived a long time on the streets and having multiple litters yet retaining her affectionate nature and love of humans. We want her next home to be her true forever home, one where she will be loved and will never face abandonment again. Hope is ideally suited for a quiet home with older children, and few or no other pets.
For more information on adopting Hope, please email Alanna at firstname.lastname@example.org. To view a copy of the People for Animals Adoption Contract, click here.
All adoption fees contribute towards veterinary care and other costs associated with caring for People for Animals rescued cats and kittens.