Frannie the Cat has never met a human she didn't like, and she's never met an animal that she did like (with the possible exception of her biological mother).
She is small and fairly compact. Her health is good, and her shots are up-to-date. No fleas, ticks, etc.
She has a scratching post, which is the only place she scratches. And, of course, she knows how to use her litter box.
She is also quite active, likes to play, and loves chasing treats the length of the house. She's a sweetie, very affectionate, and she loves to snuggle (when it suits her).
Frannie is strictly an indoor cat, but given the chance, she will run out and nibble grass until she's ready to come back inside. This is the main reason we feel that, as much as we love her, we must give her up.
We will soon be selling our North Carolina house and going out to live in our motor home for several months while looking for a new house in the Pacific Northwest. Frannie does not like to travel and would have to be on a leash at all times to ensure that she doesn't get out in some strange place where she might be lost. She would be miserable -- and so would we. On the other hand, she is always happy to snuggle with anyone, even people she's never met before.
So, we would like to find a new home for Miss Frannie. We'd also like to have her move there as soon as possible, so that we will still be in the area in case any problems should arise.