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Sponsored by Maggy Tomova and Karen Haslett, Iowa City, 06/11 - 06/13.
Sadie was officially adopted on 10/6/12 by Jenni after "temporarily" moving her to her house.  Sadie immediately started gaining weight, growing back fur, and taking on a queenly attitude.  We all decided she deserved to stay there!
After having the best fall ever, romping and exploring both indoors and out, Sadie developed a chronic upper respiratory infection that did not respond to treatment.  Jenni decided it was time after Sadie became very anemic, and she helped her over the bridge on 1/4/13.  We'll always remember how happy she was at Jenni's house!


Sex:                  Female, spayed

Date of Birth:    April, 2000

Arrived at
Witty Kitties:     September, 2009

Biography:        I thought I was in my forever home, until I unexpectedly came to Witty Kitties.  This isn’t a bad place, mind you, but there are so many cats and I was scared out of my wits!  I mean, wouldn’t you be scared if you never had to share your home with any other cats, and all of a sudden you’re living with 45 of them??  You see, I had lived by myself (except for my people, of course) for 10 years.  But then my mom got sick, and they decided to move to Texas, and they said I couldn’t come with them.  They thought I was having stomach problems, too.  But I never threw up, not even once, after I came to Witty Kitties!  I pretty much just stayed to myself, and hissed at the other cats if they got too close.  I even hissed at the people, who were only trying to make me feel better, I know.  But I was so very scared.  Nothing made sense to me in this new place.  Anyway, now that I’ve been here a while, I’m getting a little more used to things, but I’m still not thrilled having all these other cats around!  For instance, I usually wait until my roommates have finished before I go to the wet food bowl in the morning.  I’ve also found a cubby hole off the ground that I like hanging out in – that way I can observe my roomies from a distance!  And there are a couple people who I let scratch my ears once in a while.  But you know what I really want?  I really want to be the queen in my very own house again.  I miss having a lap all to myself so very much.  I’m not looking forward to another change in my life, but if it means I’ll get my very own lap to cuddle up in, I’m willing to try if you are!

Special Needs:  None!!

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