This week's cat of the week is Tabatha. Tabatha is a very sweet, one and a half year old Tabby. She is actually called a Tabby on white, which means her coloring is brown mixed with white. Tabatha has a very unique look.
Tabatha is one of the most gentle cats you will ever come across. She will roll over and let you pet her belly, likes laying on peoples laps and loves to cuddle. She gets along well with other cats, but since she came from Mesa County Animal Services we are not sure how she does with dogs.
Tabatha is currently waiting to be adopted at PETCO in Grand Junction. She has been waiting for over a month now, and in that time has become a favorite with the staff. They will certainly be sad, but happy, to see her go to an amazing new home. Her adoption fee is only $65. She is spayed, up to date on all of her shots and is ready to make a great addition to your family.
PETCO is located at 2464 Highway 6 & 50 in Grand Junction. The phone number is (970) 241-8340.
CLAWS is an all volunteer, non-profit 501c3 organization. CLAWS is the largest cat rescue on the Western Slope and we operate on the goodwill of volunteers, we have no paid employees. CLAWS is a guaranteed adoption facility, also known as "no kill". Our cats have a home with us until they are adopted.
To learn more about CLAWS, head on over to the website at www.clawsgj.org