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ASPCA Pet of the Week: Teresa

Thursday, November 7, 2013 - 2:30pm
White cat standing on back legs

If you’re looking for a cat with a big personality, Teresa is the one for you! This playful feline is an ASPCA office foster cat, and she keeps the staff entertained every day with her many quirks. She loves attention and affection from her special people, and she’s ready for anything that comes her way.

Teresa would thrive in a teens-and-up home without other cats. To ensure her optimal urinary health, she’ll need her new family to provide her with prescription food. Our Adoptions team can talk you through Teresa’s care routine. Adopt Teresa today!

Teresa is available for adoption at the ASPCA Adoption Center. If you are interested in adopting please call our Adoptions department in New York City at (212) 876-7700, ext. 4900. To learn more about Teresa, please visit her page.

Wish you could adopt them all? There are other ways to help. This holiday season, do the next best thing for homeless animals by making a gift to the ASPCA.

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Emma

Dear Theresa, I see your beautiful face on the ASPCA adoption website. How can it be that some wonderful person has not come along to scoop you up and give you the best, most loving home in the world? You are so incredibly soft and pretty and you have such a fabulous, fun-loving personality. I love you, Theresa. You're the best.

Shellie Silva

If i didn't have 4 cats already i would take you for sure! You look so soft and your
fur is so white it reminds me of fresh snow you are just beautiful!

Ana

Theresa looks just like my late beloved Snowflake - she could almost be her twin! Snowy had CRF, which I treated with fluid treatments for three years before she suddenly became much more frail and stopped eating. She lived for 19 years and I still miss her! I cannot take Theresa, since she needs to be an only cat, because I have a senior cat already. I hope she finds a loving home!

Bobby Crttenden

Its to bad you could not adopt her, but I could adopt her if only she could get to Alaska. I have 3 cats that I know she would get along with even if they say she couldn't she would. I would show her plenty of affection and provide the best home she ever could have. I love all my babies, and that is exactly what they are my babies. My wife and I both love them so very much. Just send her to Alaska