Bindi

Bindi

Listed March 03, 2017

Age: 2 yrs.

Gender: Female

Weight: Not Specified

Adult Size: 11-25 lbs.

Fixed: Yes

Shots: Yes

Breed:Domestic Short Hair

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Description

Domestic Short Hair / Bombay / Mixed "short coat"

Special Needs

Please contact Carol (halecats@yahoo.com) for more information about this pet.

Bindi needs a very special person who understands her. I think she was mistreated before we found her. She is a very good girl now with me. I had to learn not to put my hand in front of her face. This bothers her. 

She does not like other cats so I am assuming that goes for dogs as well. Bindi will do well as the solo cat in the household.

She loves to sit on your lap. She has a very sweet voice and she likes to chat with you. Bindi is not annoying about it just Hello, thanks for the food, why did you get up I liked sitting on your lap.

Bindi also enjoys being brushed. The vet says she is about 2-3 yrs old and is in very good health.

She was found in Walnut Creek in cold Dec 2016 and a kind woman fed her Bindi was very thin. Our group was called in to place her as the woman is horribly allergic to cats.

Please come by and meet Bindi on Sundays 1-4 at:

 Pet Food Express 3610 Mt Diablo Blvd. in Laf.

Please contact Carol for more info or to meet Bindi another time

halecats@yahoo.com 925 300-7261

 

 



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