Becca Domestic Short Hair Baby - Adoption, Rescue for sale in Colmar, Pennsylvania

Becca came to us a tiny kitten from a shelter intake.

She was the only survivor of her family so we pulled this determined little

kitten

named

Marty and helped her survive.

We soon discovered that

Marty

was

a

Girl

and changed her name to

Becca.

Becca had a survival

instinct about her

and would scream at the

top of her

lungs when

she was still being bottle

fed and

couldn't

eat on her

own.

She wanted to

make

sure she didn't miss a feeding and

there was no sleeping through

that

noise.

Becca grew into a

petite young

lady and was just about

ready to be adopted when another

foster

brought in a

case of

undetected

ringworm

so Becca

was

quarantined

and

treated

for

8

weeks

even though she

only

picked up

one small

spot of it.

Becca was given a clean bill

of

health and was finally

ready to find her

forever

home.

She

was adopted out only to be brought

back in

30

days.

Becca went as an

only

kitty

and no real windows

available

to her

to watch the

world

through.

She is

also

extremely

intelligent

and

needs

some

stimulation

to keep her

busy.

Becca

became

bored since her

human had to work each day and Becca

didn't have a buddy

so she

created her

own

entertainment

-

emptying

cupboards and

drawers,

dragging

cords

around

and

running

speed races

with her

owner

who

was actually

looking

for a

lap

kitty.

Becca is

very

loving and

wants to be

where you

are,

just

not on your

lap.

She is

happy stretching

out beside you

or on her

pliiows on the

same

couch.

She

loves to be

petted and

loved,

but

not carried

around on an

ongoing

basis.

She

will

do better if she has a companion

and she

gets along

with

others as long as they are

friendly.

She

loves and

needs

windows and a space to call her

own in front of the

window

and lastly

SOFT BLANKETS

-

I will

send you

off with

some of

her

favorites.

Becca is

very funny and

loving

and just wants to be loved and

feel

safe.

She

has the

biggest

black

eyes we have

ever

seen and

we

first thought she

might

be

blind but that

wasn't

the

case at all.

Becca is

up to date on her

vaccines

until

September

2018,

litterbox

savvy,

tested negative

for

FIV and FeLV

and is

Microchipped.

Becca

is

shown at

the

PetSmart in

Collegeville if you

call

for

a

" Meet and Greet."

She doesn't

stay

there

full time

as

she

has too much energy and

nowhere to really

run.


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