Peanut and Lady came to FFF after their beloved owner passed away. As you can imagine, their worlds have been rocked, and they’ve needed some time to adjust in foster care. Peanut and Lady are both ten years old and have been together their entire lives with their owner, so it took a bit for them to start feeling even somewhat comfortable again. Both felines hid for a good amount of time, and we would expect that same thing to happen in their next home. We’ve learned more about their personalities though! Peanut loves his people but prefers to have all four paws on the ground. And Lady is a big fan of cat beds - she loves to snuggle up in them and observe the world around her. They both get along well with other mild mannered cats, but their ideal home wouldn’t have dogs or kids. Peanut and Lady’s forever family would have a nice, quiet home and lots of patience so that they can settle in on their own timeline. We know their people are out there!
Peanut and Lady are currently in foster care with visits to the adoption fairs at WestTown Petsmart, 214 Morrell Rd, Knoxville on Saturdays 10 - 4 or Sundays 11 - 4. Please email email@example.com or call 865-919-CATS (2287) for more information. Our adoption application can be found on the home page of our website www.feralfelinefriends.org.
All of our adoptable cats are spayed or neutered, vaccinated, tested negative for FIV & FeLV, dewormed, flea treated and microchipped.
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