It's another Wet Nose Wednesday and our friends at Pet Overpopulation Prevention have the sweetest shy cat needing a forever home.


Meet Sassy!

Sassy was abandoned at a local apartment complex and fortunate to be taken in by a kind person.

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Sassy has some trust issues after being abandoned and will need to be with someone who will let her come to them.

She has a feisty personality. She is very playful and likes balls she can pick up with her mouth and toss; she really likes the ones that bounce.

She is a young adult kitty as far as we can tell. Sassy likes snacks and catnip and will play with the other cats in her foster home. She has not been around children and she is not afraid of the vacuum.



She also likes boxes to play and sleep in and thinks everything is her toys. Sassy likes her head, chin, and chest scratched Her foster believes she prefers men to women as she will follow the adult males around in her foster home.

Sassy is fully litter box trained. Sassy has been spayed, vaccinated, and microchipped.

The adoption fee is $75 and includes a complimentary vet exam, coupons from Petsmart, and a gift bag from POPP.

If you're interested in giving Sassy a home, please complete our adoption questionnaire:


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