PPAR adoptable cat November 2013

Fiona is beautiful kitty about five years old. She is very pretty as she has a soft fur coat with three colors and long hair. Fiona is in perfect health, and she has been deflead, vaccinated and spayed.

We do not know what happened to Fiona or how much she suffered in the past. When the rescuer found Fiona on the street last winter, she was pregnant, one of her paws was broken and her back was hurt.

Luckily, after a good medical treatment and lots of TLC, Fiona recovered. However, her paw is bending. Fiona can live a totally normal life, but because of her paw she does not like jumping.

Fiona 1 Fiona 2

Fiona has been living at the PPAR shelter for more than one year and her babies were all adopted. When Fiona looks at us, we know she is asking us whether she would have her own forever loving home someday.

Fiona is very affectionate to people, but it seems she does not like other cats. We guess other cats around her may make her worried or stressed. So, we believe it would be better for Fiona to live in a home with no other animals.

If you are willing to give Fiona a safe and loving permanent home, please contact Ms. Sophia Lin at: yelin28@hotmail.com

You are also absolutely welcome to visit the PPAR Shelter, every weekend, to meet more adoptable cats and kittens (Saturdays and Sundays, from 13:00 pm to 17:00 pm). Our address is: PPAR Shelter, Lane 555, Jinping Road, Minhang District, Shanghai. Contact phone: 021-5480-1699 (上海闵行区金平路555弄合生城邦一街坊,联系电话: 021-5480-1699).

Paw Pals Animal Rescue (PPAR) is a non-profit animal rescue group founded in 2007 by several individual animal rescuers. Their main objective is to find loving homes for homeless cats.

爪园是一个由救助者和志愿者组成的流浪动物救援团队,于2007年建立。爪园的使命是为城市流浪动物提供救助、庇护、照顾和为他们寻找合适的领养家庭,宣传人道观念和科学养宠的知识,促进社会对动物福利的认识和关注。有关爪园的更多信息,请见 http://bbs.movshow.com/forum-204-1.html

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