Wednesday, December 14, 2011
Cat of the Week: Mia
We'd like to introduce you to the lovely Mia who would love to have a home of her own for the holidays.
Mia isn't a special needs cat (she's completely healthy) and she's not a black cat (in fact, she has very unique tabby fur, light grey with some peach swirled in). What makes Mia less likely to be adopted is the fact that she's six years old. She's by no means a senior citizen cat, but most people want to adopt kittens. Kittens are wonderful too, but there are many reasons why an older cat like Mia would be a perfect addition to your family.
Mia is an experienced house cat whose human family was forced to give her up. She will make a graceful transition into your home and lap; she won't climb the curtains or jump on the bed at night while you're trying to sleep. She's just as affectionate as a younger cat and she does enjoy playing, but she's more mellow. And as you can see, she's a true beauty with gorgeous eyes and a sweet face.
It's not easy for a cat like Mia to be uprooted from her home and moved into a refuge situation with so many other cats and new people. Mia was a little bit sad and homesick at first, but she's making the best of it and has settled into Refuge life. She enjoys relaxing on the futon in the Studio building and lying in the sun outside. She's so very sweet and grateful for all the petting and love she gets from volunteers and visitors. Please consider opening your heart and your home to Mia.
View more photos of beautiful Mia.