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Named for her gorgeous emerald eyes……Emmie is looking for her forever home and companions. She was rescued from a high-kill shelter and placed into foster care August 2008. Her babies were adopted, and still, no one adopted her.
Emmie is a young adult, who is probably less than 2. That means she got lots and lots of years left to keep her people company. She’s a little timid and shy in new situations, but once she warms up to you, she is all you can ask for in a furry friend!
Emmie will be there to greet in the morning when you get up (after sleeping quietly on the foot of your bed—if you’ll let her!). She’ll very clearly tell you what she wants…..climbing into the middle of what you are doing if you aren’t paying enough attention to her. She’ll curl up beside you when you’re watching your favorite TV show, and even let you pet and love on her…on her terms. She’s the perfect little lady when it comes to eating (dry food only), using her litterbox, and being oh so cute.
Emmie has a bit of a “catitude” and once you learn to “speak” her language, you’ll get along wonderfully. (What cat doesn’t have their own language?) She enjoys attention and especially loves to play, but when petted for long periods, or picked up and hugged when she’s not ready, she will strike out and gently nip or swat with her paws.
She’s been with other cats, and can coexist with them, but Emmie doesn’t really enjoy the company of other cats. She wants to be the “top cat” in the house. She’d prefer to share a home with just human companions.
Emmie’s forever home will keep her as an indoor only cat, and won’t have young children who might not understand when she says “I’ve had enough for now”.
*******Emmie is spayed, fully vaccinated, dewormed, flea treated and has tested negative for feline leukemia and FIV. Her adoption fee is $50. She is available now, with an approved adoption application.