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Big Edie   

In shelter Cat

Ferndale, MI, 48220
Pet name:
Big Edie
Domestic Short Hair
*Big Edie and Little Edie are a BONDED PAIR*

Big Edie and her family were rescued by a kind homeowner in the Marygrove District after being left behind by the previous homeowner. "The Edies" have been at the Catfe charming volunteers and visitors since Feburary of 2021. Big Edie is extremely food motivated and loves to observe. She is happiest when she is sitting infront of the window at the Catfe. She enjoys socializing with humans, but isnt a huge fan of human contact...yet! Big Edie and her daughter, Little Edie, would love to find a calm furever home. They would do well with other cats, but would not do well in a home with a dog/dogs. 

The bond that Big Edie and Little Edie have is unbelievably sweet to witness. Big Edie will mew softly for her daughter if shes out of sight for too long. They love to spend their days together playing, snuggling, and hunting for crunchy treats. The Edies are looking for a gentle and understanding forever family that will love them unconditionally - and spoil them endlessly!

Big Edie and Little Edie are currently residing at the Catfe! Please apply to meet them today!

Adoption fee: $300 for the pair


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