Pardon me, have you met Parker? This sleek, stunning girl is dressed to impress in her shiny black tuxedo. Discovered behind a shrub by her rescuer, Parker’s piercing eyes shone through, capturing her rescuer’s attention. Parker is sporting a stylish ear tip, meaning she was originally part of a TNR (Trap, Neuter, and Return) project. Clearly too friendly to be returned to the outdoors, Parker has skipped the Return portion, and gone straight to being an indoor kitty. She’s sweet, affectionate, and full of purrs; add in her “singing” and meows for attention, love of petting, lap sitting, food, and treats, and pretty Parker is anything but a wall flower.
Due to beginning her life outdoors scrounging for food and shelter for at least a year, and enduring all kinds of weather, and dealing with bigger cats, it’s no wonder Parker loves to indulge in the art of sleeping after a meal, and craves human bonding time. She retreats to her covered safe zone for resting, and can sleep peacefully for hours. When the sun shines and there’s a nice breeze, Parker runs to sit in front of the window and take in the sights and smells of the outdoors. Every now and then, she will pounce and paw at the cat wand toy, and roll around in cat nip to show her playful side. When her “person” is in the room, Parker enjoys being petted, before and during her meals, and sitting next to or in the lap of her human as she grooms herself and prepares to nap. You will know if Parker wants your touch with all the verbal cues she displays, and raising of her tail into the happy position. She has a wide range of meows, chirps, and bird impressions depending on her mood and desires. As Parker seems more devoted to, and interested in her foster human, rather than in her foster’s resident cats, she should be the only pet in the household, and she definitely prefers to be the center of attention. Young children may also not be her cup of tea, as she prefers gentle handling and a peaceful, calm atmosphere. With her loving, people-oriented nature, and her gratefulness for being rescued from outdoors, Parker would be an ideal companion for someone who can return her devotion by spending a few hours a day with her to make her feel safe and loved in return. Parker is FIV/FeLV negative, up to date with vaccinations, flea treated, dewormed, microchipped, and spayed. Her birthday is estimated to be around 4/22/2018.
The time is coming closer to “Paws For Celebration” so we talked about the upcoming event on May 21st, and not only featured some adorable “adoptables” at The Mac Center, but cats in foster, too! There’s lots of ways you can volunteer for Karma Cat Zen Dog Rescue Society, so watch our latest video and get all the info!
Magic 98.3’s “Kitty Corner and Kennel Club” is sponsored by Katie’s Pet Depot, on Route 130 in North Brunswick!