Monday, June 29, 2020

Will You Adopt Me? Meet Bounty - A Chatty Deaf Girl at Tabby's Place

As Adopt A Cat Month comes to an end, we have a beautiful  Tabby's Place cat for our Will You Adopt Me series. Bounty is a beautiful, chatty girl who would make the perfect addition to anyone's home.   


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Bounty is known at Tabby's Place for her meow - which can be quite loud. Let's not hold that against her, though. Since Bounty is deaf she can't hear how loud she is. 

When Bounty is meowing, it's to let humans know she wants their attention. She LOVES being petted and revels in the moments when people are attentive to her. 



Tabby's Place a Cat Sanctuary
Photo Courtesy of Lisa at Tabby's Place


Bounty found her way to Tabby's Place via Lebanon. Her rescue hoped Tabby's Place would have better luck at finding her a forever family here in the U.S. 




Tabby's Place a Cat Sanctuary
Photo Courtesy Tabby's Place


Bounty does have some neurological issues that are being monitored, but Tabby's Place says "her 'weirdness' doesn't take away from her sweetness." 




Tabby's Place a Cat Sanctuary
Photo Courtesy Tabby's Place


One thing that is very true about Bounty is that she LOVES people! My friend, Lisa, is a volunteer at Tabby's and does live video on Facebook when she's there. I had the pleasure of watching Bounty of video and I'm in love with her!  (I haven't had the pleasure of meeting her in person yet.) Yes, her meow is a little loud, but she's a total lovebug and just eats up your attention. 



Tabby's Place a Cat Sanctuary


Bounty would probably do best in a home with no small children because she gets excited when she's getting petted and will at times give someone some gentle nips. (Lexy does that to me, and it's really no big deal at all!) Bounty will wag her head until you get the right "spot", and she also loves butt scratches! 

This loveable, quirky girl will make the purrfect addition to any family, that's for sure. If you're interested in adopting Bounty, you can fill out the online adoption application or print out a fillable one.



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Tabby's Place is located at 1100 US Highway 202 in Ringoes, NJ. They are closed to the public at the moment due to the pandemic, but for any adoption questions about Bounty please can contact Danielle Rice at dr@tabbysplace.org with "Interested in Adopting Bounty" in the subject line. (Don't forget to tell her Lola sent you!)  And we'd be so grateful if you'd share Bounty on your social media accounts. 

Have you adopted a special needs cat? Tell us about them in the comments. 
Dawn



16 comments:

  1. I think there is an AWESOME home out there for Bounty! Trust me on this.

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  2. Awww, she is such a sweetie and we hope she doesn't have to wait too long.

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  3. What a precious girl you are Bounty - we're sending purrs and prayers and POTP your way for the purrfect forever home! Thanks for sharing her with us Lola and extra thanks to all those volunteers who work hard to make a better life for homeless cats.

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  4. There is NO WAY that Bounty will be waiting long...what a doll!

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  5. Hey Bounty, we loved meeting you. Just so gorgeous in all of the photos. We know that lovely forever home is going to be there for you really soon to pet and cuddle you all day. Thanks for sharing. HAve a great day and good luck sweet one.
    World of Animals

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  6. We think Bounty has a lot of character!

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  7. Bounty is beautiful. I hope she gets a forever home soon. XO

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  8. What a dear and I'm sure sweet girl Bounty is. I wonder what her age is. She looks 6 or 7. If I were lucky enough to have her, I would call her Jamie.

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  9. Bounty's wonderful - and a total blessing! We know someone will agree with us and snatch her up!

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  10. Bounty is such a beautiful kitty! She looks so sweet and cuddly. Special needs kitties can still be awesome companions. I hope that she finds that purrfect forever home soon.

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  11. Aww...Bounty is such a sweetie, she made us smile😸Good Luck Pawkisses to find a furrever home soon🐾😽💞

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  12. What a sweetie! I had a deaf cat for many years and she was wonderful!

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  13. We like her! We all have shortcomings, but as long as we're adorable, nobody really notices..hope she finds a home soon! - Tom x

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  14. Aww, what a cutie. People often ask if Sophie is deaf (she isn't). I think Bounty and Sophie would make quite the pair!

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