Temperance (FCID# 04/18/2020 - 82) C   

In shelter Cat

Greenville, Delaware, 19710
Domestic Medium Hair
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Temperance (FCID# 04/18/2020 - 82) C
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Please meet Temperance aka Tempy (FCID# 04/18/2020 - 82)!  Hi! My name is Temperance, but my foster mom calls me Tempy, and I like that much better. I've been living with her and her family since April 2020.  Mom gives me yummy canned food, and I also get kibble.  At night, I get a few Temptations cat nip snackies. THOSE ARE MY FAVORITES!!  I can get pretty demanding when I'm hungry, and I will yell at you until you feed me.  I love to chase and play with spongey balls and balls with jingles in them.  I also love to sit in the windows so I can people- and bird- watch. I like the other cats in the house but not fond of the resident dog. (Tempy's foster says that Tempy is approximately 3 years old as of August 2020. She hasn't been around young children. She's not a lap cat, but she'll lay next to you while you pet her. She doesn't like to be picked up either). I can't wait to find my furever home. Maybe it will be with you?  Please submit a no obligation application today:  https://forgottencats.org/adoption-application/.  Thank you!  Love, Tempy.  (Foster: Andrea R.)


  1. American Humane Association
  2. Peeva
  3. American Veterinary Medical Association
  4. Veterinary Information Network
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