Adopted November 9, 2013
Age: 4 years
Breed: Domestic Medium Hair; Tuxedo
Other vet care: Anti parasitic medicine
Temperament: Sweet and affectionate
Other information: Being fostered in a multi pet household
This sweet fellow finally has something to smile and be "happy" about. Happy is one of many tame cats that end up at PFA's feeding stations each day. Unfortunately, due to limited foster placements available, many have to be fixed then returned to the feeding station until a spot comes available which can sometimes take a year or more. Happy is one of these cases. This sweet fellow got his name because he was always happy to see the volunteers who go daily to the feeding stations regardless of the weather to provide food and water for the kitties there. After almost 2 years waiting for a spot, Happy decided to take matters into his own paws and one Sunday when the volunteer arrived to feed, Happy jumped into her car and refused to get out. Not able to leave him behind, but not able to foster Happy herself, she made a few calls and found a friend willing to foster Happy.
Life is now much better in a foster home, and if anyone deserves a good forever home, it is Happy who has never lost his gentle nature even after so much time living on the streets. Happy loves to spend time with his foster parents and can't seem to get enough attention. He loves to be snuggled and petted and he gets along great with the other cats and the dog in his foster home.
If your family has love to give, Happy will reward you with move love back than you can imagine!
If you are interested in Happy,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.
Please note; in the event there are multiple inquiries for a cat or kitten, People For Animals will select the best suited home in the interest of a successful adoption.
Adoption fee: Happy's adoption fee has kindly been sponsored by Rachel Molnar.
All adoption fees and sponsorship donations contribute towards veterinary care and other costs associated with caring for People for Animals rescued cats and kittens.