HELP find a new home for my cat
I have a wonderful cat and I need to find a new home for her by June 15th. I’m an international student, and because I’m leaving my program here in the US, I also have to leave the country, and I can’t afford to take her back with me.
(So pretty! So fluffs!)
Her name is Misha, and she’s a long haired Manx and she’s my little fluffybutt (Manx’s have no tail, but she does have the cutest little stump!) :p I adopted her last year from Oakland Animal Services, where she had been surrendered around 6 months previously. She was super miserable there, but even though she was so stressed she still was affectionate and cuddly.
(She’s not gonna let my gaming get in the way of her cuddles)
She’s a older cat and has a few special needs. She has a hyperactive thyroid, and arthritis in her hips, so she needs liquid medicine put into her food morning and night. This costs around $70 per month including postage from the pharmacy. She doesn’t need a lot of play, and she’s never scratched any furniture ever, but she does need you. Specifically, someone to bond with. She doesn’t do well with other pets or young children, because lots of loud noises scare her.
(Do you wanna be a meatface? She’s somewhat adorably inept when it comes to eating)
I got her as a therapy cat and she is honestly the best therapy cat you could ever wish for. Trust me on this. Emotionally she will need you as much as you will need her. Plus she’s so into cuddles that she will claim your arm as hers and demand them!
(Such snuggles. Very handpillow. Wow.)
I am heartbroken to have to leave her here, but I just can’t take her with me to New Zealand. I want to find her a good home, so while I live in the Bay Area I’m willing to drive anywhere in NorCal to deliver her to you, and potentially as far as San Diego depending on timing. I can also give you her fancy enclosed litter box, her throne, her food bowls, some ping pong balls (which she likes to chase, though not as much as a shiny red dot), a scratching mat, and her carrier.
Please spread this as around as much as you can!
I had to move out of my housing now, so Misha is being fostered with the Feline Friends Network at Stanford. They can be contacted at http://felinefriendsnetwork.org/index.html if you would like to welcome this little snuggleball into your life.