Quick Bio

Age: Young (1-3 years)
Gender: Female
Breed: Domestic Shorthair
Colour: Brown & White
  • Up-to-date with vaccinations
  • Litter trained
Adoption Status: Adopted

* Adopted! Going to her new home today. :) *

Abby was the only girl in the litter I adopted her from. Her cute, two-colored face really caught my eye. She was quite chatty, too! Always responding to "Hi Abby!" with a tiny meow. She has a lot on her mind!^^

Abby is a sweet, playful little thing. She loves to explore and finds all sorts of ways to have fun. When it's cold out, she is really cuddly. She likes sleeping on the bed, even finds her way under the blankets, though sometimes she'll move over to the sofa. Abby absolutely loves to play with stick and string toys. Little toys that make some noise also really capture her attention. Her favorite place to sit and observe is the window sil. She gets so excited to see anything moving past the window! She also goes crazy for treats! Sometimes she gets confused and plays with them, but she always chews them right up in the end.

Abby has been a great companion, and it's sad that such unexpected problems have arrived. I thought I had secured a place for her to stay, but the plan fell apart at the last second. I have to leave Korea very soon (under two weeks! T_T), and I have been unable to find a home for her. Originally, I was supposed to be gone only a week, but I don't know when I can return to Korea due to even more unexpected problems. I adopted Abby from an abandoned cat litter in a pet store, and they are uninterested in taking in anything but kittens.

If my plans had worked out, Abby would have a place to stay and I would be able to return to her quickly. But life throws a lot of unexpected events at us that change our plans.

Please consider Abby as your next companion.^^ She has been a dear kitty-friend to me, for sure.

Adoption Fee: ₩50,000
Location: Seongnam - 성남
Living Situation: With owners


susanmilde's picture

Have you found a home for Abby? My daughter and I have just arrived in Seoul and don't know our way around yet, we don't know any Korean, but we are hoping to adopt a cat eventually (or maybe two, to keep each other company during the day.) We are big on rescuing those animals most in need, so if Abby is the one, we're ready. We would have to ask you to bring her to us, but we do know where to buy her food and other supplies, and there's a pet clinic in our block, and we are allowed to have pets in our apartment. My contract here is for two years, and I don't know if we'll stay longer or leave Korea, but either way, we would definitely make a lifelong commitment to any pet we adopt. If you don't find another home before you leave, please consider us as Abby's new owners.
Susan (and my daughter Judy)