Hi everyone. My name is China and I need your help. I am diabetic and I am on a special diet to keep my diabetes under control. Well, I just found out the shelter is running low on the food I like. I am a picky eater so my food has to be donated. I am afraid that if I run out of my food, they will make me eat the creepy food my roommates like. If that happens, I swear, I will go on a hunger strike. So do you think you could help me out? The only canned foods I will eat are Avoderm: Wild by Nature: Tuna and Prawns or Salmon in Salmon Consomme. You can buy it at Petco or order it online off of our Amazon wishlist (http://goodmews.org/giving-to-gm/amazon-wish-list-program/). I would really appreciate it! Oh, one more thing. I do know of a way we can avoid this problem in the future: adopt me!
China is a seven-year old domestic medium hair kitty and is available for adoption. The following is some additional information about China from the Good Mews website:
This beautiful long-haired lady loves to be held and petted! In fact, when I tried to put her down, she made no effort to move; she wanted to stay in my arms. She is not shy at all, and will reach out to you with her paw asking for attention. How she ended up at animal control, we have no idea. Her fur is in good shape with no mats, so she probably was not outside. Perhaps her family lost their home and didn’t know what to do with her. We are thankful to be able to rescue her, as she will make a very friendly companion for someone. Come and meet China if you are looking for an affectionate cuddler!
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Good Mews is a cage-free, no-kill cat shelter offering an alternative to traditional animal shelters in the Metro Atlanta area. They provide a safe haven for homeless, abused, or abandoned cats until they can be placed in permanent, loving homes. Since 1988, Good Mews has placed almost 7,000 cats in forever homes. The shelter receives no government support and relies solely on donations of time, services, goods and money from its many supporters and local businesses. Good Mews is home to approximately 100 residents on any given day – most of whom reside at the Shelter in Marietta, with some cats residing in foster homes.