Sidney and The Catnip Plant

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A cat nip plant happened to sprout up by the front porch.  It was just one simple plant, but that one plant is all that was needed to capture this girls attention!

She usually just rubs up against our legs purring away but not this day.  This day she rolled and rolled back and forth all over the plant .. and then just laid back with eyes wide open at first .. but slowly she fell into a blissful cat nap.

What a silly cat!

Sidney came to us with another cat, Marshall.  You can read about their arrival by clicking here.   Marshall was sidney3_may_16_2010  actually born into our program and adopted to be Sidney’s sidney_june_1_2010buddy.  This worked out well until the owner could not keep them anymore.  Marshall is very quiet.  He went to another foster home where he is doing very well.  Sidney, on the other hand, is not so quiet.  She is very active and outgoing.  And despite being front foot declawed she pretty much lives outside!
Sidney is incredibly dog savvy – and she is fine with other cats.  When not covering herself in catnip smell, she likes to hang on the back patio.  She rarely strolls far but then, unless she wants to venture in to the woods, there is no place to go.

sidney_catnip3_may_4_2010 Sidney is a pretty long hair black and white cat with, as you can see in the photos, big lime green eyes.  She is very friendly and adores being petted and picked up.  Her ability to co-exist with the dogs is uncanny.  Even our really old dog will share a dish of food with her.

Sidney does not have a mean bone in her body.  She would make a great indoor and outdoor cat with the emphasis on being outside.  She really likes to be on a patio so if you have a big patio she would really like that!

 
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blcatbar Want to adopt a Cool Cat?

Sidney is available for adoption.  If you are interested, please fill out an application and email it to us as an attachment.

Medical: She is spayed, micro chipped, wormed, and up to date on shots. 
She has been tested for Feline Leukemia and has Revolution put on her once a month.
Microchip: Included in the adoption is the registration of the AVID micro chip in the new owner’s name.

Adoption fee: $75  and that is quite a deal.  Even better deal is our Frisky Feline Program– if you are $55 or older than the adoption fee is only $50!

Fill out an Application Today!

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