Bridget was TNR'd about 10 years ago, but was released because she was not social, and not very interested in living indoors with people. During this time, she was living on the porch of an abandoned house, where she was fed daily and given a winter shelter. She always kept her distance and it was just assumed she would live her last days on the street.
In 2019 the neighbors complained and asked that the poor girl be removed. Bridget's rescuer trapped her again and thanks to Annex Cat Rescue she was vetted, given full dental attention and socialized to indoor living. She is still a timid girl and if you sneak up on her she will let out a little hiss, but she is very sweet, gentle and is adoring her new life indoors.
She barely meows and won't cuddle but loves to be gently pet, kissed, and given belly rubs. She is very relaxed about other cats, likes to sleep, shows off on her scratching pad, and sometimes has odd bursts of kitten-playfulness.
In the morning, she stands quietly at her foster's bedroom door and waits until she gets up for her morning wet food. Overall, she is a delightful little companion, that would make a great addition to a quiet home.
Bridget is FIV+ and this will need to be taken into consideration with homes with other cats. That being said, cats with FIV can live long and full lives. Please ask us more if you have any questions!
Bridget is up to date on her vaccines, spayed and microchipped. To learn more about Bridget and how to adopt, please leave your number and the best time to reach you at 416-410-3835 or at firstname.lastname@example.org
Animal ID 44403726
Breed Domestic Shorthair/Mix
Age 10 years 11 months 13 days