Abys in Need – Craigslist Abys in NJ and MI

Is it just me, or does it seem like there are a lot of Abys needing homes recently? I just got emails about two more Abys looking for homes on Craigslist this morning…

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This first one comes from Bloomfield, NJ: “I need to find a good home with a loving family/owner for my Abyssinian cat. She is very loving and is a great companion to anyone who needs one. She loves to nestle and cuddle and loves to be pet and played with.

She is up-to-date with all vet visits, is neutered, and microchipped. She is about 8-9 years old but still has the energy of a kitten. I am sad to see her go but I have started to develop an allergy to her. Adoption fee is $20 and I will want to make sure that she goes to a good home with a loving owner.

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Please email for more information. Thank you.”

The second Aby, also a girl, is in Ann Arbor, MI with a torbie-and-white:

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“Two female indoor cats (A 4-year old Abyssinian and a 3-year old Tabby) need a new home! I’m moving overseas and I can’t take them with me. They have both been fixed and are up to date on their shots. They are friendly and love to be petted. They usually sleep on the back of the sofa or in the middle of the floor. Please email if interested. I think these two girls need to go together.

So many beautiful Abys looking for homes this summer!

2 thoughts on “Abys in Need – Craigslist Abys in NJ and MI

  1. This really bothers my human because a) if she was developing an allergy to any of us, she would immediately go to an allergist for the proper prescriptions and b) the very fact of us cats being in her life means she has promised to never move or take a job somewhere that we cannot accompany her. What is with these humans?

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    1. It bothers me, too. I actually am allergic to cats in general – on those standard allergy scratch tests, I always test allergic to cat dander, but in reality I’m only allergic to certain breeds. Even if I was allergic, I’d suck it up and have cats anyway.

      And unless they’re going overseas to England or Australia, it’s not that hard to bring a cat to another country. Even England and Australia aren’t impossible; the cat just needs to be quarantined for a certain number of months – which I think is less in England than it used to be since the Chunnel opened.

      I moved from San Francisco to Atlanta to Boston with my two Siamese…it wasn’t that big of a deal for any of us!

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