Emily, Cat, Tiger / Tortoiseshell (short coat)

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Species: 
Cat
Breed: 
Tiger / Tortoiseshell (short coat)
Primary Breed: 
Tiger
Secondary Breed: 
Tortoiseshell
Gender: 
Female
Age: 
Adult
Special Needs: 
No
Spay/neutered: 
Yes
Size: 
Medium
Vaccinations Up to Date: 
Yes
Color: 
Tortoiseshell
Coat Length: 
Short
Pattern: 
Tortie
Courtesy: 
No
Found: 
No
Location Zipcode: 
02760
Description: 
EMILY-Spayed Female Shorthaired Tiger with Tortie (Grey/tan with Orange). Approx: 3 years Here’s what Emily told us: “I was a stray for years, living along busy Route One. I tried my best to stay alive, well fed, and safe from all the cars. I had my system down, my route figured out, my meals planned, and a (fairly) warm spot to curl up in. I knew when trash day was, when the birds were fed (good meals those birds are!) and the best times to wander about unnoticed. Or so I thought: who knew that a lady had been watching me, scheming and planning on my capture date? You would think that the fresh, warmed up tuna fish in the funny looking metal box would have been a huge hint of…danger! My stomach must have hidden all the warning signs, because I walked in and ate like there was no tomorrow. Bam! The door shuts and I’m off for a ride to who knows where. Well, I found out soon even when I ended up at the shelter. (It’s that mysterious place that all the street cats talk about—a place where some cats go and are never seen again, or, if they do come back, they feel a bit different: a little happier, flea free and less stressed) Me? I wasn’t all that wild at the vets, and I have settled in pretty well at the shelter. I even like head and chin rubs, and I am working up the courage to actually walk up to a human for attention. This is my one and only chance and I say go for it! I may need some extra time, patience and attention, but, I’m worth the extra effort, and I’m really liking this indoor kitty life thing!” HOMELESS NO LONGER EMILY