RETIRED ADULT ABYSSINIAN CATS

Occasionally, we have retired Abyssinian adult cats available for adoption. Usually, we will retire our adult cats from breeding between the ages of two to three years of age. I would love to keep them all, but I have learned that my retired breeding adults prefer to live their lives in a less active environment. All of my cats are my pets, my special fur-kids. They do not reside in cages; they live freely in my home. If only I could keep them all! 

PUREABBY’S LADY MARMALADE

Hi, my name is Lady Marmalade. I am a young Cinnamon Abyssinian and will turn 2 years old on August 25th. I have been shown at cat shows, and apparently, I did very well, but I really didn’t like the crowds AT ALL. I have had one litter, and I was a very good, dedicated mother.  I come by my shyness naturally; my father – Sammy, who is pictured below, is also extremely shy. He found a home before me because they specifically wanted a boy cat. Right now, I am looking for a special home. I don’t like living with a lot of cats or other animals. I love quiet spaces. Ideally, I would prefer to live with a single person or a retired couple who lives a quiet lifestyle. It is not that I don’t like kids, but I don’t think I would like to live with one.  If I had to live with one other cat, I would prefer a boy.  Girls can be so contrary sometimes, so I would rather avoid them. I am extremely shy until I feel comfortable and safe. I need someone who is calm and understanding and will be patient with the fact that I am very shy and a bit fearful. I just need time to adjust. Once I do feel safe, I am a lapcat and quite loving. When I get really passionate, I drool. I know that is not very ladylike, but I can’t help it.  Thank you, Marmalade.

[We are not in a rush to rehome Marmalade. What is most important is that she finds a mutually suitable home.]