Adopt Spryng, A Beautiful Cat in an Elegant Tuxedo
Who says tuxedos are just for boy cats?
My name is Spryng and I believe in unisex dressing since I am a girl tuxedo cat. Don’t you think I look mighty fine in my dress-up fur? Ok, so I have big feet, but double paws are considered cute in a cat. I like my white socks and I use my big paws to play with catnip mice and grab at any string you might dangle my way. I may look a bit formal, but I am really just a year-old kitten looking for a fun time.
That is not to say I am a party animal. I am actually very picky about my friends. I need to really know you before I let loose and have fun. My foster family is nice, but they had to prove they were patient and sweet….which they are. Now, when they call me, I come running and sometimes I like to sleep on their bed.
Although I can be cautious at first, I really do consider myself a people cat. In fact, my skills with humans are what helped to get me rescued. I hung around a nice lady’s house until she noticed me. When she started to put out some food and water, I was sure to let her know I appreciated it. I must say, I was smart about catching her. Now I am safe and cozy inside and my favorite place is on the kitty condo, watching the birds. Despite the fact that I got myself lost, I am actually a homebody, and very happy on this side of the window.
So does a dressed-up girl with big feet appeal to you? And, are you willing to give me some time to check you out to see if we are a good match? Do know that once I approve you, the sky is the limit for our relationship. Did I say “our” relationship? I think I would prefer a small family or a one-on-one relationship with someone. I’m not a fan of loud noises, and I can’t say I’m crazy about sharing my space with other cats or lots of strangers. I may be dressed up, but I really want to live the life of an only cat of a nice, quiet family. OK, what are you waiting for? Call me so we can get this relationship started ASAP.
If you are interested in learning more about Spryng or any of our other available cats or dogs, contact PAWS at (781) 246-6111 or PAWSwakefield@yahoo.com. You can also meet many of our pets at our adoption hours every Saturday from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. at VCA Wakefield Animal Hospital and on the first Saturday of the month at the Woburn PETCO from 12:30 to 3:00 p.m. View all our available pets at www.pawswakefield.org, and, follow us on Facebook.
With spring upon us, PAWS is seeking new volunteer foster homes to accommodate the stray moms, spring kittens, and other cats in need in our communities. For information on becoming a PAWS foster or to find out about other ways you can help as a volunteer, please contact us via phone or email, or drop by any of our adoption hours.
About this column: Each week, Patch will feature an adoptable pet needing a home from PAWS, an all-volunteer animal welfare organization based in Wakefield, MA. Founded by Esther Nowell in 1982, PAWS responds to animal-related needs in many communities north of Boston. The PAWS service areas includes Wakefield, Lynnfield, Reading, North Reading, Saugus, Stoneham, Woburn, Winchester, and Malden. PAWS' mission is to promote and protect the rights and well-being of all domestic animals and wildlife, and foster a greater understanding of animal welfare and animal rights through education. PAWS receives no local, state or federal funding - the budget is completely funded by membership dues, adoption services, annual fundraising efforts, and kind donations from friends and members. Related Topics: Adopt, Cats, PAWS, Pet Adoption, and paws wakefield