King Street Cats' Cat of the Week: Cotton

King Street Cats is a no-kill non-profit cat rescue group in Alexandria, Va.

While King Street Cats is a free-roaming cat orphanage, from time to time we have special cases where we need to keep cats in cages. Cotton is a very special case.

She is deaf and because of this, the other cats in the room overwhelm her and she is terrified. But when she is in her own home (free of other animals) she is a real love bug, sweet as can be!  She came to us from West Virginia when the shelter she was in there was damaged during Superstorm Sandy.

So if you are looking for a "one and only" to make your life complete, let us know!

Email us at contact@kingstreetcats.org for more information. You can stop by and meet Cotton this Saturday and Sunday from 1:30 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. at 25 Dove St. (off Duke Street at Telegraph Road) in Alexandria.

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