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My foster Daisy Moonpie is now ready for adoption. She’s in Philly, but can be adopted out of state easily. She’s beyond delightful and would be the perfect addition to a home with a cat or as an only pet. She’s a snuggler and very human focused – she makes a great companion and I cannot wait for her to find the right home.
25 April 2007
22 February 2013
HI SARAH!!!! SO GOOD TO HEAR FROM YOUI!!!
And oh my goodness, you have such a cutie as a foster! The only thing is, I cannot believe DC (Philly) Jack would send you a cat…a CAT…. a C.A.T….to help your heart heal! I do have to say though, this is a mighty cute cat!!! Nope, I’m thinking this cat was not sent by DC Jack. Surely Jack would pick a canine over a cat!
Sending you lots of love always (and hubby too)💖😚💖🤗
Sally and Alumni Happy Hannah and Merry Myrtle and Frankie too!
Happy Hannah had a glorious additional bonus time of over one yr & two months after amp for osteo! She made me laugh everyday! Joined April's Angels after send off meal of steak, ice cream, M&Ms & deer poop!
You’re right, Sally. Jack would never send me a cat. In fact, she was notoriously jealous her whole life, so I’m pretty sure she will never be responsible for sending me another pet. I like to think of fostering as my way of honoring her for the impact she had on my life.
Daisy’s still available – I will update once she’s been adopted.