Sadie is in her new foster home. An updated profile will be posted soon. Please view her new video!
Hi, my name is Sadie (FCID# 10/22/2015 - 1)!!! I am currently seeking a foster who has a quiet, loving home. You see, I was returned to Forgotten Cats more than four and a half years after being adopted. The resident cats had started bullying me. Forgotten Cats discovered that I also desperately needed dental treatment and provided that to me. All the stress has caused me some tummy trouble. I was with a foster for a while, but then she moved, and I had to return to the clinic. I’m feeling very displaced. I just need to find a place to call my own for a while. Ideally, I would love to be in a quiet home that doesn’t have dogs. The barking at my old foster’s house was nerve racking. I did like her quiet cats though. I will seek you out for attention and pets, but I prefer if you don’t pick me up. I like to play with a wand toy and a circle toy. I also like a sunny window to look out. My special food has helped my tummy, but the clinic is stressful. If you have room in your home and heart, I would like to fill it.
Sadie's previous foster comment, "As far as I could tell her vision is fine. She had some scarring in one eye, but she seemed to see just fine. She got along well with both of my cats. I think she would enjoy being with a cat that is not overbearing. Although, my Cheeto and Sadie got along well, and he can be a bit much!! She did not like my dogs barking."
Please complete an online no-obligation adoption application for me @ https://forgottencats.org/adoption-application/ for a meet and greet. Thank you! (Foster: Jenn F.)
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