We’re a little puzzled. Winona was adopted from Tabby’s Place a few years ago. She was recently returned by her adopters, who told us she "wasn’t happy" in their home. They also said she was urinating outside the litter box. While both are possibilities, it’s certain that never once have we seen any sign of inappropriate elimination (of any kind) from this girl.
Winona is on the large side (in fact, she’s currently in our Weight Management Suite). She’s the prettiest thing, really, a beautiful dark brown tabby with white on her face, chest, chin, and tummy (I’m not sure about her paws; when I went to look at her, she was curled up with her paws underneath her). Winona was born in mid-June of 2012, and, except for a little excess weight, she’s healthy as far as we know.
She’s also a very sweet girl. Right now, she might be a little intimidated by the other felines around her, but she’s not at all aggressive with other cats, and she genuinely likes people. We know Winona is deserving of a "forever" home; can you provide her with the love and companionship she needs?