Cat of the Week: Mama Kitty
Mama Kitty had a hard start in life. She was thin, living behind storage units, and constantly had to find food, water, and shelter for herself.
Twice (in one year) she became pregnant and took shelter in a resident's backyard to have her kittens. The owner of the backyard didn't want Mama Kitty or her kittens around and was giving them away for FREE.
Mama Kitty's foster mom stepped in and rescued her and all her kittens (most of whom have been adopted into wonderful homes) now it’s her turn!
She is a calm, gentle, young cat who loves to be pet and loves belly rubs. She loves being up high on her cat tower or lounging in a comfy bed. Occasionally, she'll get frisky and play with a toy mouse or two. But mostly, she can be found just chilling, not having to live in fear of danger, or hunger, or the harsh elements
Mama Kitty gets along well with other cats, as long as they don't bully her or make her feel like she doesn't belong. She has never been around dogs or children. Mama Kitty will do well in a calm, peaceful home
Mama Kitty may be shy in a new environment. She was petrified when she first arrived at our adoption center but after only a few short days, she became a different cat. With love and patience, she will adapt to a new home.
If Mamma Kitty sounds like a wonderful companion for you,
please complete an application and click here!
Please be advised Lapcats is NOT a public surrender facility. We are a nonprofit rescue that rescues from the
Bradshaw Shelter in Sacramento.
If you have located cats or kittens that need care or rehoming, please CLICK HERE!
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What We Do
Our mission is to provide support and resources to the Bradshaw Animal Shelter by reaching a broader community rescuing, rehabilitating, fostering, showcasing, and adopting shelter cats at off-site venues.
How We Do It
Fundraising, website, social media, volunteers, and community outreach allows us to provide extended care and time to shelter cats who are at risk of euthanasia. Matching pets with people through a thorough screening process and our lifetime guarantee for the cats and their humans is a promise we make to our adopters and our cats.