Shy But Sweet Kitty Has Been Overlooked

Cat is shy at first but eventually warms up to new people.

Coco Puff is a beautiful (her photos really don't do her justice) and sweet Siamese/tabby mix with beautiful blue eyes and chocolate, light brown, cream, and white markings, probably between three and four years old.

She and her buddy (since adopted) found themselves homeless when their owner lost her home to a foreclosure. Coco Puff is initially very timid when she meets you, and is scared of new people and new situations. Sadly, this issue has prevented her from finding her forever home.

However, once she gets to know and trust you, she is like a different cat. Then she wants to be your best friend, runs up to you when you enter the room, and likes to be held and stroked. She is an extraordinarily sweet cat who really has a way of touching your heart. And it's especially wonderful when she gives you little kisses when you fuss over over. 

Coco likes to play with toy mice and knocks them off her cat tree when no one is watching. Her very favorite toys have feathers, and she loves interactive play. She uses her scratching post daily and is good about using her litter box.

Although she would not be considered a long-haired cat, she has a very thick and luxurious coat and needs to be regularly brushed. Coco Puff would do best in a quiet home and one without chidren or other pets. Her new owner will just need to be patient with her for a little while, and then will be richly rewarded when they see what an incredibly sweet and loving cat she truly is.

 Coco Puff has been tested for feline leukemia and feline AIDS, vaccinated, treated for internal and external parasites, and microchipped. (Angels Among Us Pet Rescue pays for the microchip registration as part of your adoption fee.) She has a sponsor and therefore her adoption fee is just $50.

If interested in Coco Puff please call 404 414-1282 or email dsmithcallahan@gmail.com

Deborah Smith October 30, 2011 at 02:43 PM
Our sweet Coco Puff, a lovely Siamese mix, is still looking for a forever home. We hope Patch readers will help get the word out about her!


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