Chummy Charlotte needs a home
The friendly feline showed up in a valley behind a local TV personality's house.
According to Mike O'Mara of WKYC TV3:
"When we took her in she was just fur and bones and probably near death from starvation. She has put on weight slowly, but is still quite light. Charlotte is very fluffy, however, she does not shed. She is the first to greet me every day when I walk in the door and she is quite talkative. My suspicion is that she was a well adjusted pet for someone who moved or was moved and the family dumped her to fend for herself.
"She does have claws, but does not use them even when kneading a soft blanket or my lap. Charlotte is very submissive to the other cats and tries to interact with them. No luck yet, but she isn’t giving up. If we didn’t have a house full of five rescued cats we would most certainly keep this wonderful feline."
The vet thinks Charlotte is about 5 years ago. She is spayed, has all her shots and tested negative for feline leukemia.
If you know where this sweetheart can find a forever home, please contact Mr. O'Mara at 216-344-7431 or MOmara@wkyc.gannett.com.
-- Sandra M. Klepach, SKlepach@News-Herald.com