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In shelter Cat

Farmington, MN, 55024
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Meet Chloe, or as her foster mom likes to call her, Miss Independent. Chloe, who is 5 years old, was surrendered to Last Hope after her owner became too ill to care for her anymore. Unlike any of her other foster kitties, her foster mom already knew her because she cat sat for her on several occasions. So she has the inside scoop on Chole’s personality and all of her favorite things!

Chloe is the epitome of a night owl. She sleeps all day, and then loves to be up at night. Amazingly, her nighttime shenanigans are nothing more wild than watching bunnies outside the window. Because she is so mellow all day, she would be the PERFECT companion for someone who works from home! When her foster mom is working, Chloe curls up at her feet and naps. 

Chloe, aka Miss Independent, lives up to that description. When she wants pets, loves and to be brushed, she comes right up to her foster mom. But when she is done, she’s done and doesn’t mind letting you know. She’s also EXTREMELY skittish around people she doesn’t know. If you are hoping to show her off to your friends, they will think you are making something up, because she will be tucked away somewhere until the strangers are gone. 

Chloe’s perfect home would be a quiet, relaxed home with no children. Because she is so independent and likes her space, children would be overwhelming to her. She would also love a home with someone who doesn’t mind an independent little lady who has no interest in cuddles or being a lap cat. And last but not least, she needs a home with no other pets. With how timid she can be, she would never find her place with other furry companions.

If you are interested in making Chloe part of your forever family, please call Jael at 612-760-2635. Her adoption fee is $180. If you would like to see more pictures and videos, you can find more on facebook at Mama J’s Cat Crazy Life page.


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