Opt to Adopt: Not a Feral Cat Madeline Sure Wants to Go Home – Greenville, SC

Madeline is waiting at Foster Paws Rescue in Greenville, SC:

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Not so feral after all! Meet Madeline! She loves attention and being petted and she does not mind if you pick her up. She is very talkative and she turns on an incredibly loud purr. We pulled her from a feral room at the shelter, but you know what? She is not a bit wild/feral. Maybe she has been outside for a while but she is adjusting well to her foster mom’s home – strolling around and checking things out. She is not a long-haired cat but she may be part Maine Coon as her feet are fluffy and somewhat tufted. If you’ll be patient, she will make a loveable, petable (is that a word?) addition to your family.  Madeline is 9-12 months old – good with cats (and maybe dogs)

You can see Madeline on her Petfinder.com page: HERE.

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35 thoughts on “Opt to Adopt: Not a Feral Cat Madeline Sure Wants to Go Home – Greenville, SC

  1. hannahandlucy

    What a lovely lady – Madeline looks very calm and we’re sure she would be a great addition to any home with or without other cats.
    Luv Hannah and Lucy xx xx

  2. Katie Isabella

    Oh Honey, I hope your mommy is almost to the door to pick you up. I know she knows you are waiting…or your Daddy of that’s what is going to be. xoxoxox

  3. Sailor Edgar

    Madeline is adorable! It seems to me that the shelter’s definition of “feral” is not accurate. Madeline should probably have been classified as a “stray”. Our Gracie had been picked up as a stray. The county shelter, where she chose us, has two rooms for cats…kittens and adults.

  4. Madi

    Thank goodness we have power. Thankfully we had sleet last night not freezing rain. They are both bad but freezing rain accumulates on trees and power lines…sleet just sticks to the ground.

  5. Caren Gittleman

    hoping this sweetie finds her furever home soon! Feel free to post her on Cody’s fan page if you would like to, I tried to share there but the link to her photo wouldn’t show up.

  6. Colehaus Cats

    Oh, look at her beautiful eyes! Tufted feet? That’s a plus around here! Sending out adoption vibe purrs for you, Madeline! PURRS….

    Thank you for your kindness last week over our loss of Maxx. Your words worked magic toward healing our hearts and we thank you.

  7. Sherri-Ellen T-D.

    Purrty Madeline!!! Shee looks just like me Aunty Tinkerbelle frum thee farm!
    Wee will purr an purray fur her to find a furevurr home….mee an LadyMum fink that will bee soon! 😉
    ***paw kissess*** Siddhartha Henry an LadyMum xxxxxxxxxxx

  8. LP

    Madeline is sweet and young! Two purrfect combinations to make an easy transition into her new home …we hope she finds her family quickly 🙂

    the critters in the cottage xo

  9. Raven

    Well hello there cutie. That black patch on your wrist is very eye-catching. I don’t know why I like it, but I do. I hope you find your forever home soon. You sound like a great kitty.

  10. Kitties Blue

    What a beauty she is. What is it about tuxies that makes them so chatty? Hope this girl soon has the forever home she deserves. XOCK, Lily Olivia, Mauricio, Misty May, Giulietta, Fiona, Astrid, Lisbeth and Calista Jo

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