Mama Mia has been Adopted

Picture of our cat Mama Mia

FEMALE
Born: November 2015
Colour: Torti
Eyes: Green
Spayed & Vaccinated

Microchipped

✔ Quiet home
✔ Active home
✔ Adult home
✘ Children under 12
✘ Children over 12
✔ Other cats
✘ Dogs (passive)
✔ Indoors only

Rescue:

Mama Mia’s future rescuer answered a community post with a photo of a group of tiny, four week old kittens that were “feral” and living under a deck. Kittens, while cute to look at are part of the main cause of cat overpopulation if left to live on the streets. Concerned for their welfare, she contacted the property owner and asked if she could rescue them. Since the family was going away for a few days they thought it ideal to have her set up some traps. Problem was, she could not find the kittens anywhere. She managed to rescue Mama Mia (who had previously had five litters in two years under the same deck) on the first day. Over the next three days she scoured the property, set up several traps and putting out food and shelter, as well as crawling on her stomach in the dirt and rain under the 40 foot deck, but still not a sign of the babies. She had almost given up hope until the people returned home and said they would help. Within 30 minutes all six kittens had been rescued and on their way to be reunited with their mother. The kittens had popped out as soon as they heard a familiar voice.

Personality:

Mama Mia is a real sweetheart of a cat. Poor girl had 6 litters in the last two years, and really needed a rest when she first arrived. She was very shy initially but is now more confident with her caregivers and greets them when they spend time with her. She will rub up against their legs, with her tail high in the air. If she needs to stick up for herself she will, but Mia prefers a quiet place away from commotion and business of an active family. A quieter home would be preferred. She doesn’t mind being picked up and carried around to show her things and she will play if you encourage her. Mama is ready to be adopted into her forever home. One that will welcome her into the family and keep her safely indoors