In shelter Cat

Georgia, 30127
Domestic Short Hair
Brown (Mostly)
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** COME VISIT ME AT PET SUPERMARKET, 3405 Dallas Hwy SW, Marietta, GA ** Hi there! I’m PATIENCE (DOB: ~04/06202), a female Golden Tabby Domestic Shorthair. I was rescued (along with my four one-day old babies) by FFRS from a local animal control where I had given birth to my four babies the day before I found my freedom. I have been the best and most protective mom ever. I kept my babies well fed, super clean, and always watched over them to make sure they were safe. I even accepted a two-week old mom-less kitten in desperate need! I’m not sure how I’ll do with other cats even though I am being fostered in a home with two other cats (at whom I hissed and spit when I met them); but, hey, I was only protecting my kits!  I became familiar with the elderly dog in my foster home and actually paid him no mind once I realized he was not a threat to my family or me. While I’m extremely engaging, I will probably need a couple of weeks to decompress in my home before you will see my true, engaging, and sweet-natured personality. Keep in mind that I have lived a pretty sheltered life the last several months surrounded by my rowdy kits! If you will give me the chance, I promise I won’t disappoint! I am spayed, up-to-date with vaccines, negative for Feline FIV/FeLV, dewormed, and will be microchipped and eligible to receive a 30-day free trial of pet health insurance at the time of my adoption. My adoption fee is $125.00.


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