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Feline Friday Adoptable Animals

Rachel Phelps
Written by Rachel Phelps

The Preston Cares Network (PCN) is project lead by PrestonSpeaks.com to show the world few people who join together can make a difference in the lives of animals. PCN is network of caring people and bloggers to help animals. If you’re a rescue group, and you would like us to feature you, please send an e-mail to PrestonCares@PrestonSpeaks.com. This will be a great opportunity to gain additional exposure for your favorite rescue group or shelter.

The Preston Cares Network (PCN) is project lead by PrestonSpeaks.com to show the world few people who join together can make a difference in the lives of animals. PCN is network of caring people and bloggers to help animals. If you’re a rescue group, and you would like us to feature you, please send an e-mail to PrestonCares@PrestonSpeaks.com. This will be a great opportunity to gain additional exposure for your favorite rescue group or shelter.

Meet Midge

Owing entirely to her incredible temperament, Midge quickly became a staff favorite after arriving at Bideawee via a municipal shelter, where she had been left to suffer a grim future. This angelic “old soul” is approximately 10 years old and has special medical needs due to her failing kidneys. Yet despite weeks of treatment, Midge has always been gentle and forgiving to her caretakers that give her pills and baths! She absolutely loves to be brushed and will meow at you for attention or just gaze into your eyes until you can’t help but pet her. Midge is undemanding yet affectionate; she simply needs a calm and gentle family willing to open their heart and home to a senior feline. She wants to be your one-and-only cat.

For more information:  http://www.petfinder.com/petdetail/23516844/

About the author

Rachel Phelps

Rachel Phelps

Rachel Phelps, “America’s Pet Parent,” is an award-winning writer, photographer, and certified dog trainer. She keeps busy managing the career of her Internet celebrity dog Preston from Preston Speaks. Her three Westies — who think they are mini-humans — and three cats rule the house. To learn more about Rachel go to: Rachel Phelps Website

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