The Sammy Foundation, located in the in Pacific Palisades, dropped everything when they got a call about a cat named "Zoe." She was given to a rescue in northern California, but the microchip was never registered. The shelter called Blue Cross Pet Hospital because the staff had originally implanted the chip.
Without question, the Sammy Foundation rushed to save Zoe. The foundation didn't know why she was on death row, but later, they found out that the owner had asked a rescue for help in placing the cat because her new son was highly allergic.
Zoe is safe now, but she needs someone to love and care for her. The Sammy Foundation says she is very calm and sweet. She is about 3 years old, so she is still playful. Zoe is slightly cross-eyed, but would be a great, loving cat for a couple or a family.
If you are interested in adopting Zoe, please visit the Sammy Foundation in Pacific Palisades, located at the . You may also visit the Sammy Foundation website by clicking here.