Will You Adopt Me? Meet Bebe - From Pauper to Princess of Tabby's Place | Lola The Rescued Cat
Thursday, July 9, 2020

Will You Adopt Me? Meet Bebe - From Pauper to Princess of Tabby's Place

  1. Adopt A Cat Month may be over, but that doesn't mean we stop promoting advocacy and rescue here at Lola The Rescued Cat. I still have a couple of more Tabby's Place cats to share with you as part of our "Will You Adopt Me?" series. Today I have the beautiful Bebe to introduce to you. 

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Bebe, who has a face that will melt your heart immediately, is one of my favorites. She happens to live in one of my favorite suites which means I spend a lot of time there.


Tabby's Place Cat Sanctuary
Photo Courtesy Lisa

Bebe, a six-year-old gorgeous Tabby, is definitely treated like royalty at Tabby's, and she slipped into her position like a hand in a glove. She enjoys lounging gracefully in one of her favorite cubbies or cat trees while she watches the world around her. Bebe is not one to beg for attention, but she would enjoy yours as her forever family.



Tabby's Place Cat Sanctuary
Photo courtesy Tabby's Place

Bebe may be a Tabby's Place princess now, but she came from meager beginnings; her owners moved away and left her in the apartment by herself. (Lexy was abandoned by her first family, so Bebe's story strikes a special chord in my heart.) In her previous life she was named "Bubba" but the staff and volunteers knew she needed a name that fit her better, and she became the beautiful Bebe. 

Tabby's Place Cat Sanctuary
Photo courtesy Lisa


There is a secret password to enter Bebe's royal domain (aka her cubby hole), and that password is "treats". "Got treats?", Bebe says, "okay,you may enter." Bebe may take a little time to warm up to a human, but treats can help bring her out of her shell.

Beautiful Bebe just needs the right person to heal her broken heart. She is friendly and outgoing once she warms up to you, but would probably do better in a house with no small children.


Tabby's Place Cat Sanctuary
Photo courtesy Tabby's Place

If you're interested in adopting Bebe, 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 Bebe please can contact Danielle Rice at dr@tabbysplace.org with "Interested in Adopting Bebe " in the subject line. (Don't forget to tell her Lola sent you!) And we'd be so grateful if you'd share her on your social media accounts.

Have you adopted an older cat? Tell us about them in the comments. 
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  1. Bebe has SUCH a sweet face!

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  2. Bebe is such a beauty and I pray the purrfect and real forever home finds her soon. I also hope that those evil humans meet up with Karma soon and I hope Karma is in a really bad mood.

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  3. What a sweetheart! Bebe, I am sending purrs and prayers and POTP your way for the purrfect furever home!

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  4. Purrayers that this sweet girl is soon in her furever home !

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  5. Bebe is a beauty. I hope she gets her forever home soon. XO

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  6. Poor Bebe! How could her heartless ex family be so cruel to just abandon her! I am glad she is happy now and hope she soon finds her loving home.

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  7. She's SO darling! I'll never understand how people can so callously abandon their pets.

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  8. Brian said it for me right down to the period at the end of the sentences!

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  9. Her little face is just too cute!!! I hope Bebe finds a perfect forever home real soon!

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  10. Bebe is adorable. Those round eyes and pink nose! Too bad we're on the other side of the country or I'd definitely consider adopting her. I hope she finds the perfect home soon.

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  11. Aww...such a sweet little Bebe💗Good Luck Pawkisses to find a furrever home soon🐾😽💞

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  12. Oh, I would love to adopt her!

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  13. Bebe is beautiful. We are sad that her former people abandoned her like that (shame on them!), but thankful she is at Tabby's Place. We hope she finds her forever home soon!

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  14. Next time I come to visit, we must go to Tabby's Place! Paws crossed Bebe finds a forever family.

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