Mimi - A Soft and Sweet Brown Tabby
Who Loves Being with People
Susan Daffron talks to Lori Wend from the Shelter to Home rescue in Canton, Michigan about a 2-year old brown tabby named Mimi who has been in foster care for awhile now and needs a new home. Mimi is a domestic shorthair cat with tabby markings and a cinnamon-colored tummy. She has striking green eyes and white fur on her mouth and chin. Like most cats, she likes being brushed, catnip treats, and dinner time. Mimi was pulled from the local pound after her owner dropped her off. When she arrived at Shelter to Home, Mimi was pregnant. She raised her own kittens and then acted as a foster mom for other homeless kittens as well.
All of her babies have now been adopted into permanent homes, so it's Mimi's turn to find her own forever home. Mimi is one of those cats who likes to supervise what's going on and be near you. Although she's not much of a lap cat, she's the type of social, friendly cat who will greet you when you come home and not-too-subtlely let you know when it's feeding time. Although she gets along with kids, Mimi likes being in a quiet environment and would do best in a home without small children. Mimi loves affection and being the center of attention; she'd make a great companion for someone who lives alone or an older couple.
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