Cat for Adoption in Okinawa
My wife and I were walking the dogs in a local riverside park where there are a lot of stray cats. Some kindly person feeds them, so most look in pretty good shape. There was one good-looking unusually coloured tabby I’d seen before that I pointed out to my wife, then she noticed that it had a badly injured tail — something that I didn’t see before. Being the mugs we are, we decided we’d finish walking the dogs, then bring the kit we needed to catch the cat and take her for repairs. She had the tail snipped and stitched and she is staying with us until the stitches can come out. We’ve dewormed and debugged her, as well as getting her checked for FIV and leukaemia. She’s negative.
She’s about four years old, the vet here said. She is good with people, and would make a lovely house cat. Uses a litter tray just fine. A bit wary of dogs but getting better with ours around her. She’s become more vocal now that she’s feeling comfortable in her surroundings.
Apart from her beautiful looks and big beautiful eyes, this little lady’s selling points are that we’ll pay all the expenses for her vaccinations, sterilisation and transportation.
Interested in Adopting This Cat?
Please email ARK at tokyoark[at]arkbark.net or call 080-6146-3889 (English) or 080-6517-8913 (Japanese). Tokyo ARK is a nonprofit organization founded by Brit Elizabeth Oliver. It is dedicated to rescuing and rehoming abandoned animals.