So, this face looks sweet and innocent, but do not be deceived. This saber-toothed tiger ambushed an adult German Shepherd dog this week when he happened to walk by. She won. The German Shepherd is now in therapy for post-traumatic stress.
Etta is one of the 20+ cats we took out of a hoarding case we dealt with and she is the last one not adopted. She is incredibly sweet to people of all ages. With dogs, shes a banshee. She had to share her space with 10 cats previously so she prefers to be the only or in a very large home where she never sees the other cat.
We arent a cat (or pig/goat/horse/duck/rabbit) rescue but we roll with what we are dealt. Etta needs a home with people who adore Saber-toothed tigers. Shes young, and social and friendly to humans. To everyone else, shes Kylo Ren in a bad mood.
If you are interested in adopting this cat, please apply online, at https://bigfluffydogs.com/adopt/adoption-application/ then email email@example.com. Our main website, www.bigfluffydogs.com has more information about us and the rescue process.
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