EulaBee
Adopted
ID# C-10-141

11 year old • Female

All About Me

EulaBee is a tortoiseshell with interesting tabby stripes in the orange patches on her neck and belly. See more photos of EulaBee at http://picasaweb.google.com/fosterkits/EulaBee#.

EulaBee loves her foster mom and, as a result, EulaBee has her foster mom completely wrapped around her little finger, er paw. She was named after the watercolor artist EulaBee Dix because her randomly located stripy orange patches remind us of a watercolor painting. The name seems to fit because when she is not cuddling up on her foster mom's lap she is busy as a bee! Eulabee has the laid back personality of a kitten that grew up from her first days with both a kitty and human mama. She loves new places, new people, and new kitty friends. In fact, Eulabee and her sisters Willa and Suzie are such social butterflies that they were given the job of bringing shy kittens out of their shells from their very first day in foster care. Their foster home feels lucky to have these sweet girls even for just a little while, and knows that their forever home will be lucky too!

My Details
Likes Cats Yes
Likes Dogs Unknown
Likes Young Kids Yes

History

EulaBee was pulled into foster care as part of a massive rescue effort in North Durham. Read her rescue story and watch her LIVE on a webcam in her foster home at www.animalrescue.net/webcam.

2019-05-22T11:26:37-04:00