AVAILABLE FROM FOSTER
Hi, my name is Pita and I've been hanging at the Maryland SPCA since January. I came in with a broken wrist and have been healing in a foster home for a while. My most recent x-rays show that the wrist is healed, but I may have a slight limp for the rest of my life--I don't let it get me down, though--I love to play! Here's what my foster mom has to say about me:
Pita is a small pixie of a cat with a classic brown tabby coat. She will greet you in the morning by stretching, rolling, and showing off her belly and purring loudly. When she's happy, she has a bouncy, prancing walk, and when she's a contented kitty, she sticks the tip of her bright pink tongue out of her mouth. She will join you on the sofa and on the dining table if you let her, although she doesn't really like human food. She enjoys her canned and dry cat food but eats moderately so as to keep her petite figure. She sometimes goes through the charade of bypassing her plate of canned food, then later eats every bite. Pita is young enough to play like a kitten and loves running and chasing her toy mice and balls - with practice, retrieving could be in her future. She's very fond of naps atop the nearest warm human, but also cuddles down in her very own soft bed. She also appreciates a puddle of water to drink in the bathroom sink and some birds to watch out the window. She's a quiet, polite little girl. In foster care, Pita hasn't been bothered by other cats, so she might get along with another easy-going feline. She has fit in well with her foster family's daily routines - and made some routines of her own.
This pet is currently available for adoption from a foster home. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org with a completed adoption application which can be found on our website, as well as more information about your home environment, lifestyle and what type of pet you are looking for.
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