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Bookstore cat for adoption to excellant home

Posted Friday, May 8, 2009, at 10:45 PM

I used to run a book store here in town called the Book Nook, my sister in law had a computer repair place in the back.

The cat is Data and he is very loving around 19 lbs and white with black spots.

If you have been to Cyber Cats Computers you have seen the cats.

Data needs a good permanate home. He does not need to be near the high way any more.

If you are a family that loves cats, are financially able to care for one he would be a blessing.

He loves to go out in the morning, and come in again in the afternoon/evening.

Data is neutered and has all his current vaccinations.

A friend of mine has a small apartment and he is adopting Data's friend Daacs.

Data needs a loving family.

The phone number to call is 685-0246 or 619-8075 ask for Brooke Dunn concerning Data.


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I would love to have him if he is not taken. I have one manx that I adopted 9 yrs ago that is neutered and declawed as well and he weighs 16lbs and is my window kitty..lol everyone in the neighborhood loves to stop and admire him when passing through. My one question though would be does Data like children and other animals? I have a 15 yr old that is in the Kind Club at the high school that works with the Bedford Co. animal shelter and does volunteer work there and a 13 yr old son as well as a 6 yr old son.We also have a Daushound and a pug that has grown up with our kitty. If you feel as though Data would love to be in our home we would love to adopt him into our family and share our love with him. We have a 5 bd home with lots of room and windows to sit in(lol) and plenty of space outside for him to lounge and watch the birdies..lol You can reach me at 931-735-6375 my name is Kelley that is if Data still wants a loving home. We promise to keep in touch if he comes home with us to let you know how he is doing and you would be more then welcome to come visit with him as I know that it is hard to let go of animals due to whatever the reason. If he already has a home my best wishes to him and his new family.

-- Posted by carrier4u on Wed, May 13, 2009, at 7:02 AM

I remember both of those kitties! I petted them when getting computer work done. I wish I could take him but I just don't want another inside kitty to scoop after. I hope he gets a good home!

-- Posted by mmp84 on Sun, May 10, 2009, at 9:25 AM


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Lesa Cox has owned a cleaning service and a bookstore; now, she repairs and maintains computers for the elderly and others on a fixed income. She enjoys animals, gardening, books and fixing old cars. She and her husband have one son, who suffers from Asperger's syndrome.