Meet the amazing social butterfly, Spotz!
This girl loves to be where all the action is to make sure she doesnt miss a beat! She will always be where the crowd is and does not shy away. She is so unique with her leopard spots on her belly, you wont be able to miss her. This little girl loves toys that makes a noise when they move and getting back scratches. She will snuggle right up to her favorite person to get the attention and the pets!
Spotz like to make sure she sets aside time to wrestle with her siblings as well. Sometimes she will just run around your feet so watch out! One time, she hid in a box and was playing hide and seek! She thought it was funny to give her foster parent a little heart attack trying to find her. HEHEHE.
Little miss Spotz would likely settle into any home setting, quiet or busy, bring it on! She has been around other cats, large dogs, and firework. Nothing bothers her! She would love to be adopted with one of her sisters of course (Yeller, Colleen, Smurf Buttons, Lilblu) or her mother (Smurfette). However, she would do great as long as she has another active kitty pal within a home.
If you are interested in meeting Spotz, apply at the link below!
Apply at online application (catsfff.org/adopt)
View all of our adoptable cats here (catsfff.org/cats)
Our adoption fees are listed here (catsfff.org/adoption-fees)
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