Tabatha - Ready for adoption
TABATHA, a very pretty calico with big golden eyes, arrived at the shelter for an unusual reason –– she was trapped near a feral colony. After she was spayed, vaccinated and released near the place where she was trapped, the feral cats did not want her hanging around and rejected her. When the trapper realized Tabatha was not feral, she was brought to the shelter. Tabatha does have the tipped ear that indicates a feral cat, but she is anything but wild.
Tabatha is very sweet, gentle, calm and affectionate with people. She loves attention, enjoys being petted and brushed and sometimes likes to sit on laps. For whatever reason, Tabatha does not like other cats. She would rather live in a double-wide cage than live in a communal room with other friendly adults. Tabatha will be a great companion kitty for a single person or couple as long as there are no other cats around and she can be the Queen of the Household. Since Tabatha is already spayed, she is ready to go home with her new family right away.
Please use TABATHA’s intake number (AO47227) when making inquiries at the shelter.
All cats available for adoption at the Calaveras Animal Shelter are up-to-date on their routine vaccines and tested negative for FIV/FELV. All cats adopted at the shelter will be microchipped. All unaltered cats must be spayed or neutered before they can go home with you.
TabathaFemale Domestic cat
Coat and colorShort Hair Calico
To ask about Tabatha
Tabatha is currently sheltered by Calaveras County Animal Shelter. Listed here courtesy of CHS.