Meet the stunning Satine, a one-year-old gray tabby with a personality that's as beautiful as her coat. Satine may start off a bit shy when you first meet her, but once she knows you're a friend, get ready for an outpouring of sweetness and friendliness that will melt your heart!
Satine's gentle and calm nature is truly something special. She's all about those serene vibes and will be your perfect companion for quiet, peaceful moments. Whether it's lounging together or simply enjoying each other's company, Satine will bring a sense of tranquility to your life.
Don't be fooled by her initial shyness, though! Once Satine feels comfortable and safe, she's a total sweetheart. Her genuine affection and purrs of contentment will make you feel loved and cherished. Satine is the kind of cat who forms deep connections and showers her chosen humans with warmth and love.
When it comes to socializing, Satine is a pro at getting along with other cats. She's a natural at making feline friends and enjoys their company. If you already have a furry friend at home, Satine will fit right in, creating a harmonious and joyful atmosphere for all.
Bringing Satine into your life means adding a touch of elegance and a whole lot of love. She may start off as a bit of a wallflower, but with patience and understanding, you'll witness her true colors shine. Satine's quiet presence and unconditional love will fill your days with happiness and create a bond that will last a lifetime.
If you're searching for a beautiful gray tabby with a gentle soul and a knack for feline friendships, Satine is the purr-fect choice for you. Adopt this gorgeous girl today and get ready for a life filled with love, serenity, and the delightful companionship of a truly remarkable feline friend.
To learn more about Satine or arrange a meet-and-greet, reach out to our adoption center. Satine is eagerly waiting to become the queen of your heart!
Adult cats range from 6 months up to 8 years old. The adoption fee includes the spay or neuter surgery (which is already done), microchip, testing for feline leukemia and FIV, distemper vaccination, deworming and flea treatment. In addition, it is always our policy to treat any known conditions prior to adoption or disclose any known conditions that are ongoing.