Yes, we really have a cat named “Amstel”! She’s a chunky brown tabby with a small spot of white on her chest. While tabbies often have dark stripes on their heads and back, her dark stripe is unusually broad. Amstel has settled in nicely here, and she likes attention from people. She has pretty green eyes and whiskers that are both white and black, and she’s shown a definite preference for heights. She’s declawed in front, as well. She appears to get along nicely with most other cats, athough we’re not certain how she behaves around small children.
Because Amstel is diabetic, she’s one of our Special Needs felines; she requires insulin twice a day. If there is room in your heart and home for a Special Needs animal, come in to meet Amstel. Can’t adopt Amstel but want to help her? Please consider sponsoring her.