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In shelter Cat

Prosper, TX, 75078
Pet name:
Domestic Medium Hair
My name is Paige, and I am a petite 1 year old girl. I was at an overcrowded animal shelter, and things werent looking good for me. I dont even want to go into that! However, the wonderful people at the shelter found a foster for me, and I am so thankful. Also, I had two kitties that have already gotten a home together! Well, getting back to me, when I first got to my foster home, I wanted to run and hide! It was all so scary. My foster mom kept petting me, hugging me, talking to me, and holding me. I acted like I didnt like it, but only for about two days. She now says Im kind of needy. "What does that mean?", I asked. She said it means that I want to be everywhere she is, in her space, by her, on her, and on anything she is trying to a computer, book, cell phone, magazine and even her back. Needy? Sounds kind of like her when I first arrived.

Its all good, because I just act "needy" now and then. I love to play with my round rolly ball toy, sleep anywhere I stop playing, and even disappear to sleep, but I cant say it here because they will know where it is. I love my wet food, dry food, and snacks. My foster mom has even given me pink toenails, a little over the top if you ask me, but they do look kind of snazzy! I have good manners, I use the litter box like a good girl, and I would like to sleep in your bed. I want to here, but theres a big bossy cat here that wont let me. (Sometimes I sneak up anyway when bossy cat is asleep.)

I would love to come to your home, but I might be scared again for a bit. Its just hard on such a little girl like me. I am looking for my "Happy Ever After". Can I be that "Paige" in your book?


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