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Cleo, a young, spayed, female, dark torti was about 3 months old when she was left at a feral cat colony by her owners. One of the caretakers found Cleo under the shrubs by a feeding station. Cleo, came right out, rubbing up affectionately against the feeder and purring loudly. Cleo's frame was petite yet she was clearly malnourished, boney and dehydrated. She ate the food given her so fast it came right up, but was so hungry she wanted to keep on eating. Once discovered , Cleo was taken directly for spaying with the intention of returning her to the colony. She was however sweet, friendly, definitely not a feral, and in need of further nurturing. As a result she was able to be placed in an Adopt A Stray foster home till time came for her forever home.
Her only need is to have a home where she can love and be loved, feel safe and never have to be scared and alone again.
Torties have unique markings and Cleo is no exception. She is very dark from her head to the middle of her body and the other half has more of a mixture between black and orange. Cleo is very sweet, but plays ruff with people. This usually happens if a kitten does not have other siblings to play with when they are babies. We do not know Cleo's story because she was abandon at a cat colony at 4-5 months old, and a caring person took her off the streets. Cleo gets along with other confident cats. She does like being held for short periods of time. She would not be good around young children. Cleo is hoping to have a home where she can love and be loved, feel safe and never have to be scared and alone again.
You can meet Cleo most Saturdays from 12-6pm at the Pembroke Pines Petsmart.
You can fill out an application for Cleo at the Pembroke Pines Petsmart or go to www.adoptastray.ws/applications/ to fill out an application online or print and fax one to (954) 965-0406.
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