Age: 7 years
Breed: Domestic Medium Hair; Calico
Temperament: Shy but Sweet
Other information: Being fostered in a multi pet household
Grace is a gorgeous cat who has managed to defy the odds. Found frozen to a snow bank at the end of November, the woman who came across Grace dug her out and took her indoors for the night. Realizing that Grace needed more care than she could give, the woman contacted PFA and volunteers quickly took her to the vet clinic. Suffering from a severe upper respiratory infection, horrible matting of her fur, and being hypothermic, Grace was admitted to the Animal Clinic of Regina where the vets shaved her fur off and worked hard to get this amazing girl over her ordeal.
Grace is now completely from her illness, her fur is beginning to grow back, and all she wants to do is make the last months a distance memory. Grace is a little on the shy side when meeting new people, but once she’s warmed up to you, she enjoys getting chin rubs and giving head butts. Though Grace is being fostered with 4 large dogs, she’s still unsure of them and prefers to stay away from them. She is also being fostered with several cats who she gets along with.
Grace in a wonderful example of a determined spirit and she is looking for a home that will cherish that spirit and make sure Grace never has to wonder if she will freeze to death along again.
If you are interested in Grace,click here to view our adoption contract and click here to complete an adoption application or email PFA adoption coordinator Alanna at firstname.lastname@example.org for more info.
Adoption fee: Grace's adoption fee has kindly been sponsored by Lindsey Turner and Darcy Petford.
All adoption fees and sponsorship donations contribute towards veterinary care and other costs associated with caring for People for Animals rescued cats and kittens.