This is part of our ongoing series to highlight cats available for adoption through Pittsburgh C.A.T. They are part of the Homeless Cat Management Team. We are fostering our own #kittencaboodle through Pittsburgh C.A.T. and sponsoring the #CatFoodDrivePgh for feral cat colonies through HCMT.
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- The #CatFoodDrivePgh continues. We urgently need donations of cat food from our Amazon list or directly at our drop-off spots or financially. These donations are specifically for the caretakers with feral cat colonies – the folks who feed everyday, but also TNR and find homes and take in new homeless kitties.
- Join the Facebook group #CatFoodDrivePgh Friends & Supporters
- Follow our own journey with our foster kittens via our public Facebook album
Domestic Short Hair, Good in a home with children and other cats.
Hi! My name is Frankie. I’m a girl, and I’m almost one year old. OK, so I look a little fierce, but that’s just because I’m intent on enjoying this indoor life! I love using my scratching post and kneading my favorite blanket. I enjoy attracting your attention with head bumps I can get some pets. I was born outside and lived there through much of my kittenhood, so excuse me if I’m a little shy with you at first. I promise I’ll warm up if you’re patient with me! I was found outside and brought to Pittsburgh Cat because my front paw was very swollen, and they were afraid it was broken. It wasn’t, but it was hurt, so they took care of me, and it turned out I loved to be loved! Now that I’m all healed up, I really enjoy playing and cuddling with the other cats in my foster home. I just need a forever home! Do you have one for me? http://tinyurl.com/pghcatapp
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