Some may say I’m a senior but I still have plenty of spunk so don’t try to short-cut our walk. Oh and let’s also make sure we get to explore some of the play yards. After all, there is always so much to do when I’m out and about. I will give little barks if the dog walker stops to rest, I mean what is this all about? If I spot other people or even doggies, I’ll bark some friendly hello. Oh perfect, look they are coming over to say hello. Did you hear me too? If you did, how come I haven’t met you yet?

This little MinPin mix is about 12 years old, neutered, up-to-date on routine shots (incl. rabies), heartworm negative and on preventative and microchipped.

Helen Roper

The first thing you’ll notice is my deep amber eyes and beautiful coloring. My foster mom said that I am one of the most beautiful cats, inside out. I came in with my kittens because my home had way too many animals. I was lucky that I was able to move into a foster home where life was a lot quieter, allowing me to completely focus on my babies. I even adopted another little kitten. My foster family said that I was such a great mom. Now that they are old enough, we had to go our separate ways. I can be a little shy at first but if you sit down, I will jump on the couch, rest my head on your side or even climb in your lap. I enjoyed laying in the sun, watching the birds and squirrels through the window and of course I always kept a watchful eye on my babies, to make sure they didn’t get into trouble. My foster mom said that I did just that and that they are very well-behaved. While I lived with way too many cats in past life, I wouldn’t mind a feline friend for company.

PS: There is also a long write up from my foster home.

She is about two years old, spayed, up-to-date on routine shots (incl. rabies), tested negative for feline leukemia and FIV and microchipped.