August 24, 2011

Lark Street Cat Needs a Home

Trinity United Methodist on Lark Street has been sheltering a young female cat for over a year; you might say that she adopted them, not the other way around. "Trinity" as she has come to be known, is not completely feral but she is not a house cat and is a bit skittish. She is a beautiful tabby that would surely thrive with a patient & gentle family that would allow her to come out of her shell at her own pace. During her time at the church, she has shown that she is able to warm up to people and has earned her keep by catching mice, which she does very well.

Unfortunately, caring for "Trinity" has become too much for church & a new home is needed for her. Because of her shy & skittish behavior, her chances of adoption at a shelter are slim. Trinity Methodist Church believes that this mouser tabby would do nicely in a store or factory with a mouse problem.

If you are interested in "Trinity" or know of a placement that would work for her, please contact Trinity Methodist Church at

   235 Lark Street at the corner of Lark Street & Lancaster Street 
   ph: 463-1293

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