Here is her story as told by her foster mom: "Miss Berry had been visiting a house where kind people had been putting food out for her. They named her Miss Berry because they thought she looked like a blackberry. She was quite pregnant and one evening, she came to the door, with a kitten in her mouth. The children in the family followed her and the rest of the kittens were found in a hole in the ground. Miss Berry was a great mom and greeted me whenever I came into her room. She purred and purred, seeming to say thank you from the bottom of her heart. She answered to her name (when she felt like it, of course). She is black, with a large white area on her chest and beautiful eyes."
She is current with all shots, has been spayed and is litter trained. Miss Berry can get overstressed when around too many other animals. We think a quiet household where someone can just dote on her would be quite purrfect. If you're interested in Miss Berry or any other PAWS pets, please contact PAWS at 440-442-PAWS or visit www.pawsohio.org.