Mazee wasted no time once she came to us; she captured the hearts of the Tabby’s Place staff and volunteers almost immediately. Even our Executive Director, a man not often given to praise, saw me cooing over her and asked, "Isn’t she the sweetest thing"?
There’s a lot of justification for cooing over Mazee. She’s a lovely girl, with medium-length fur. Mazee has white on her paws, tummy, and chest, as well as a bit on her face, and she looks almost as though she’s wearing white eyeliner; the rest of her coat is somewhere between buff and light orange. She is very fond of human company. Mazee was born early in 2005. At some point earlier in her life, she was declawed in front.
Mazee is in the early stages of hyperthyroidism, and she requires daily pills for this, thus earning her a place among our Special Needs felines. Special Needs cats can be difficult to adopt out, but this beautiful girl has such a wonderful nature that we remain hopeful for her "purrfect" match to come through our doors.