A cat called "haven" finds a safe place to stay

by Petra
(Saint Paul, MN)

Haven the cat

Haven the cat

Haven was a healthy active kitten from a pet shop, among eight kittens. He had white with orange markings on his head, paws, and tail. As the cat became an adult, he looked sort of cream color. So cute he was. The clerks at the apartment buildings where I stayed, with my cat, let it stay there, too. The clerks told us rules say that cats must be "declawed" and "fixed" also that the kitty box must be hygienic. Our cats eat poultry, fish, beef, greens, and other treats from the pet food aisle at the grocery and pet shop. We like to feed our cats table scraps sometimes. Toys came for "haven" at our apartment home. There are several cats and dogs in our residence. A nice veterinary at St. Francis animal group sees that pets are healthy active in our fair city in Minnesota. Meow, hiss, purr. I feel life is better with cats, and I hope my kitty feels life is better with me, as well. I'm his old lady. My friends like my cat, reminding us that love grows here, with pets in our home.

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Feb 19, 2018
by: Noorjahan

Totally agreed with Kate. ..so cruel

Feb 18, 2018

by: Kate

He does look like a gorgeous cat. He's lucky he found you but I disagree with the apartment rules of declawing. That is not necessary at all and rather cruel. Perhaps they need to do some homework before they tell others to do the same to their cat.

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