Maine Coon cats are Native American long-haired cats first recognized as a specific breed in Maine where it was named the official cat of the state. Maine Coons are noted for their intelligence and their kindly dispositions. They have been named the Gentle Giants because they are sturdy and somewhat larger than other cats and they are said to be especially good with children and other pets. Please visit the Cat Fancier’s Association website to learn more about this very interesting breed: http://www.cfa.org
Of course we can’t say positively that Millie is good with kids, other cats, or even dogs, but from what we know about her she probably would be good with all three.
Millie is approximately 1 year old. She was rescued by one of StreetCat’s own volunteers. She is described as playful, friendly and affectionate. She has been given the StreetCats V.I.P. (Very Important Pet) treatment. She has been examined by a vet, been tested and vaccinated, and also spayed. When she is adopted we will also place a microchip under her skin, identifying her with her new owner’s contact information, and register her with the HomeAgain program for returning lost pets to their owners.
If you are interested in meeting Millie, feel free to come by StreetCats at 6520 E. 60th St, in Tulsa, 10:30 - 5:00 Tuesday though Saturday, or call our message line, 918-298-0104 with any questions that you may have. We would love to show you around and introduce you to Millie and I’m sure that she would love to meet you, too!