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Hi. I was rescued from Dunkin Donuts. I don’t ever want to go back outside. I mostly just like to run and play. At night I wait on the bed for you to play my favorite game, you know, that “stick pole thing with a squeaky feathered toy” hanging from it? I just love it. You should see me jump! I’ve got skills – I learned to be fast and quick on my feet on the streets. See, so I’m still learning trust. If you reach for me too quick, I might scat (not far, just under the chair and then I run back out to you). I don’t hide from you, I just have a natural survival reflex. I’m getting better by the day. I’m so worth it. I am smart, curious, playful, nice, polite, unique looking, engaging, attentive, and I LOVE to sleep next to you and purr! See, I’m not afraid there because you are laying down and can love and pet me all you want. Ask my foster mom more about me. I would love someone to give me a chance. I love cats and am nice. See you soon, Cinnamon (I was born in April 2018 I think). You can meet us at the Petco in California on Saturdays and Sundays from 10:30 to 3. You can fill out an application and email to diane@feralcatrescuemd.org. Thank you for considering me.
Love always, Cinnamon

Comet - Female - DOB 9/8/2019

​My name is Comet. I love to play with my brothers and sisters, Dasher, Donner, Blitzen. You can meet me at the Petco in California MD on Saturdays and Sundays from 10 to 3. I am a sweet girl looking for a forever family. You can fill out an application and email to diane@feralcatrescuemd.org.

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Jane was adopted as a baby in 2014. Adopters promise in writing to bring cats back to us if they cannot keep them for any reason. Unfortunately some people will just turn them into Tri County Shelter which is a kill shelter. I don’t know why people do not get in touch with us. It is terrifying for the cats and frequently they are exposed to upper respiratory illness due to overcrowding at the shelter. In this particular instance the adopters left a note saying they couldn’t keep her because someone was moving into their house who was allergic and that they got them from Feral Cat Rescue.  If you have a big heart and want to adopt an adult cat or come to Petco in California from 10 to 3.  You can fill out an application and email to diane@feralcatrescuemd.org