Kittens for Adoption
Just cross-posting this. Email's here with the message.
2 funny cats, available individually or as a pair
Reply to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Date: 2004-11-01, 2:17PM EST
Our household is a bit more populated than most, and since some of us
have pets, our cats have since gotten together a created a little
society. And, well, some aspects of this society are really
detrimental, which is why we've decided to adopt out two of our cats.
Our first cat is Autumn. Autumn is a little older than a year, and
was rescued from a farm where she would otherwise have been eaten by
hawks (!!!). As soon as Autumn moved into our big fun house, she fell
in love with a boy cat. However, drama soon set in as our boy cat has
a girlfriend on the outside world (he's an outdoor cat and Autumn
isn't), and our poor kitty's heart was broken. Ever since she was
rejected, Autumn hasn't quite been herself--she doesn't eat as much,
she doesn't play, and all she does is follow around this other cat
she's in love with and meow. It's really really sad. She's extremely
friendly with people, dogs, and other cats, and wouldn't have any
trouble readjusting, so we think for her own sake, it's best that she
moves away. If you would be interested in meeting Autumn, please
Email me at the address above!
Our second cat is Beet. Beet is also a little older than a year and
was adopted from the Toronto Humane Society. Even though she was a
kitten, nobody would adopt her because she was so hideous. I'm glad
to say that her face has grown less horrible with age, and she's
actually pretty cool to hang out with, but she definitely doesn't
appreciate being in a house so crowded. For most of the day, Beet
just wants to sit on a chair and sleep, and sometimes she'll meow and
want you to pet her or get her food, but wrestling and smelling cat
ass is not on her agenda. Suffice to say, the other cats are really
into fighting and sniffing, and this is not Beet's scene. While Beet
does get along well with other animals, she'd be happiest in a home
with either few or no pets. She's fine with kids and what have you.
If you'd be interested in meeting Beet, please Email me at the address above as well!
Both cats are perfectly healthy, spayed, up to date on their
vaccinations, and are used to eating Whiskas or Maxx cat food.
They're both 100% perfect with the litter box, enjoy scratching old
cardboard boxes, and are fun to pet. If you are a responsible person
interested in acquiring a new addition to your family, please drop me
a line and I can give you more details.