Happy Monday from Meryl! As you know I am one of the featured cats this month. Good Mews is featuring the diabetic cats in hopes of finding us a forever home. I have not had a forever home in years, but I do dream of one every night. I used to be with a rescue in Alabama but we were not taken care of properly so it was shut down. Thankfully Good Mews agreed to help and several of us kitties came to the shelter. All of the Alabama cats have since been adopted except me.
Besides being diabetic, I am not sure why I am overlooked. Is it because I am a big girl? I don’t see a problem with that. There is just more of me to hug. Is it because I can nip sometimes? Well, I only do it because I get in a bad mood sometimes because nobody will adopt me. Once I am in a home, I will be the perfect friend. My favorite thing to do is sit on a couch and watch TV. I love Kitty videos, but as long as I am with my friend for life, I will watch anything! So please consider me. Chilly weather is upon us, so I would be the perfect kitty to snuggle with under the covers. And don’t forget, to help with my medical costs associated with my diabetes, I am in the HALO program! You can read more about that on our website.
Meryl is a five and a half year old gray domestic short hair kitty and is available for adoption. Click here if you are interested in adopting Meryl or another cat from Good Mews.
Click here to see the cats that are currently available for adoption from Good Mews.
Click here to see an awesome video of the kitties in action at the Good Mews Shelter.
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 over 6,700 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.