Our Bear is a fine tabby girl with a bit of white on her muzzle. She’s of medium size. It’s likely that you’ll hear her before you see her; this is one loud feline! It is possible that she’s talking so much right now simply because she’s annoyed with us; at this writing, she’s in an introductory crate in her new quarters (all cats at Tabby’s Place, when moved into a new suite or room, spend two or three days in a crate, so others in the room/suite can get accustomed to their presence. Don’t feel too sorry for Bear; as she’ll be living in our Executive Director’s office, you can rest assured she’ll be thoroughly spoiled).
We know that Bear was born in 2002, and we know she lived in a household with multiple other cats. Unhappily, her owner developed dementia and could no longer care for her. Because Bear is FIV+, she’s one of our Special Needs crew. She’s hyperthyroid, and she’s on medication for that.
This is a good-natured girl. We expect Bear to be a big draw for our visitors once she gets settled, and we hope that one of those visitors has a heart big enough to take home this pretty girl.