Friday, October 28, 2011

Fab Feline Friday: Amelia

Adopted!
Do  you believe in destiny? Karma? Divine intervention? Amelia ended up at a high-kill shelter, her fate almost doomed to "death row". Yet she was there for over a year. It must have been clear that she was meant to live, meant to have a future. Something very special about her must have radiated. Fate, aided by helping hands and kind hearts, changed her course. She was taken in by a rescue organization.
Now this beauty awaits her own forever home.





Take a look at this face. Imagine waking in the morning to see this angel by your side. The chance to make her purr in contentment, just by petting her beautiful, soft fur. The gratitude to you reflected in those golden eyes. The knowledge you would feel in your very heart and soul, that you were the keeper of her future, the eraser of her past.

Amelia is a stunning, yet gentile, three year-old girl with a gorgeous coat of white and grey fur. Understandably, she can be a little shy at first, but she warms up quickly. She would be best as an only pet; other cats seem to frighten her, and she has not had exposure to dogs. Although she is not fond of being held, she loves when you pet her. She will lay next to you on the couch while you watch TV.





Looking for a furry soul mate? Want the good in the Universe to surround you? Consider this peaceful, gentle, pretty girl. Amelia is up-to-date with vaccinations, spayed and microchipped, ready to go home with you. She's been given a second chance - if you'd like to be the one to fulfill her destiny, and you live in the Chicagoland area, she is available through Almost Home Foundation.

7 comments:

  1. She is so beautiful. What a serene face she has, too. I most certainly do believe in destiny, karma and divine intervention. She will find her forever home soon, I just know!

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  2. she has such a gentle and feminine face...I sooo wish I could have another cat.

    My Grandmother's name was Amelia and my husband used to teach at Amelia Earhart Middle School...

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  3. Greetings,
    Yes, tis I, Penny the Jack Russell dog.
    Amelia, what a gorgeous looking cat. And an amazing tale of battling the odds. Here's wishing she finds a loving home, via the Almost Home Foundation, very soon.
    And "Karma"? Aha, in my case, "Dogma"! Arf! Arf!
    Pawsitive wishes and doggy kisses,
    Penny xx

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  4. Oh, Julia, I do so hope you're right on that! I believe, too. We'll keep the faith!

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  5. OMG, Caren! You sure you can't have another cat? lol It sounds like you were made to have an Amelia!

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  6. BOL, Penny....dogma. I'm sure your good vibes will help Amelia! Wags, CindyLu xx

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  7. What a pretty kitty

    Stop on by for a visit
    Kari
    http://dogisgodinreverse.com

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