Tinkerbell

Gender Female
Breed DMH
Color Grey
Markings Solid
Personality Friendly
How I Feel About Children Very Comfortable
How I Feel About Dogs Unknown
How I Feel About Cats Very Comfortable
Age 20 years

Tinkerbell

Tinkerbell is a lovely girl. She’s definitely on the small side, though her medium-length fur makes her seem a bit larger than she really is. Her fur is a beautiful mix of shades of gray, and she has just a bit of white around her muzzle. Sometime in her past, Tinkerbell was declawed in front. Our best guess is that she was born in 2002. She is in early renal failure, a condition which can remain stable for a long time and isn’t uncommon in senior cats. At this writing (the end of July, 2013), she is not on any medication or treatment for it, though that may change in the future.

She originally came to us in 2011 and was adopted earlier in 2013, to a home with five other cats. Unfortunately, she was very agitated in her home, and she did not use her litter box there. However, we believe that this was circumstantial. Tinkerbell lived in one of our suites before she was adopted and never had a litter box issue. Since her return, she’s been in our lobby, and she has always used her box there, too. In a suite or in our lobby, she has always had other cats around her at Tabby’s Place, so it’s possible that the home may have had feline personality clashes; we just don’t know.

What we *do* know is that Tinkerbell isn’t the type to look for a fight. She has been somewhat timid in our lobby, but she hasn’t been in the lobby for that long and we have some strong feline personalities out there. You can tell that “Tink” wants to be friends; she enjoys attention (and is a great fan of cat treats!). In summary, Tinkerbell is a gentle, sweet, senior lady just waiting for the right person to walk through our doors; could that be you?