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Code: BFT2022


In shelter Cat

Philippi, WV, 26416
Pet name:
Tinker is a female, DMH Calico, spayed, and about 10 years old,
but could be younger. She did not have any good teeth to help
determine her age. What molar teeth she had were rotten
due to Stomatitis (dry mouth or sores in mouth), and were pulled.
She eats canned and dry foods well, as well as dry treats.
She is a special needs cat because she has been on her own
all her life, having litter after litter, and did not know how to
be loved until I fostered her. She has gone from being a scared cat
that I could not touch, to roaming freely in the house, jumping up
on the bed for me to scratch her, and meowing frequently wanting
more affection. It may take that same love, patience and kindness
from a special someone who adopts her. She may need space and
freedom to adjust, and always speaking in a soothing, kind voice
will work for her. Her Stomatitis looks to be cured now, so she does not
need her monthly shot anymore. Her two kittens, which I fostered
and hand-fed for 3 weeks, have been adopted together into
a loving home. Now it is Tinkers turn to receive a Forever Home.
For more info, pictures & video, call Diane (foster mom) 304-621-7701.
Animal Friends of Barbour County 3046429482


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