Captivated by the adorable Miss Misty? We are too!
Between her folded ear, adorable face, and lovely purrsonality – how could you not be captivated!? Misty wants to remind everyone that age is just a number, please don’t let it stop her from finding her perfect home!
Misty will give you the cutest, quietest little mew when you enter her room. She’s quick to immediately head butt you and ask for more cheek scritches please! Misty’s favourite activity is lounging on her favourite lap, soft-bed, or in the nearest sun beam. This quiet girl is equally good at keeping to herself and bugging you for some love. Her ear is folded from an old injury which is quite sad, however she has been seen by our vet and they have no concerns that it’s causing any issues – we feel it’s quite endearing now that we know it’s fine!
Misty was showing signs of stress in her original home due to other animals, so we know now that she would like to be queen of her castle, no other pets please! We also feel she would prefer and adult only home, or a home with older teenage kids.
We will be getting a dental done for Misty (SPCA to cover full cost), which means adopters will need to be on the Mainland. We can’t wait to see who scoops up this absolute angel. She will quickly win your heart with her adorable head butts.
If you are interested in offering this sweetie the purrfect forever home, please stop by the shelter from 12-3pm Tuesday-Saturday or fill in an application online!
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