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Abandoned at Wal-Mart, 'Kitty Kitty' desperately needs a new forever home

'Kitty Kitty' needs a new forever home after being dumped in the Wal-Mart parking lot.
'Kitty Kitty' needs a new forever home after being dumped in the Wal-Mart parking lot.
Photo Courtesy Steve and Cyndi Markle. Used with permission.

'KittyKitty' was abandoned in a Wal-Mart parking lot, where an employee found her and brought her home. 'Kitty Kitty' is now in need of a new forever home.

Last month, Tacoma-area resident Cyndi Markle was on her lunch break when a man pulled into the Wal-Mart parking lot and dumped his cat off before driving away. Wanting to make sure the cat was okay, Cyndi called the cat over to her and immediately fell in love but, unfortunately, is unable keep her.

Steve and Cyndi Markle took 'Kitty Kitty' to the vet and were told she appeared very healthy. She was given worm and flea treatment and the vet recommended having her teeth cleaned.

'Kitty Kitty' is very sweet, energetic and playful. She loves chasing balls, rolling in catnip and playing in the cat play box. She is litter box trained and may have been an indoor/outdoor cat.

According to Cyndi, when she calls the dogs to go outside, 'Kitty Kitty' is right there waiting with them, although she has not gone outside since being rescued from Wal-Mart.

'Kitty Kitty' is very friendly and appears to have no problem with other animals in the house. However, the Markle's older cats are not as welcoming or tolerant to having another cat in the house.

As much as the Markle's would love to keep her, they are unable to due to the other animals and 'Kitty Kitty' will have to go to the humane society if she is not able to find a new home.

For more information or to arrange a meeting with 'Kitty Kitty', contact Cyndi and Steve Markle by email at or through Facebook. Additional contact information will be given to those interested in adopting 'Kitty Kitty.'

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