Doll-sized 13-year-old Cat Rescued From Death Row Tells Her Humans Every Day How Happy She is...

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This teeny tiny kitty is 13 years old but the size of a 4-month-old kitten. She weighs just four pounds but has a ton of cattitude.

Meet TimTams!

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TimTams ended up in a shelter in Virginia and couldn't find a home. The sweet senior girl was very shy, always hiding in the shadows.

Her time at the shelter was running out and the kitty desperately needed rescue. Karyn Poplin, who runs a cat sanctuary for senior and special needs cats in Texas, learned about TimTams' plight. "She's an impossibly small 13 year old lady that needed a new place to call home. She's only about four pounds," Karyn told Love Meow.

Karyn immediately offered to take her and give her a home to spend her retirement. Early May, sweet TimTams hit the road and traveled all the way from Virginia to her forever home in Texas.

Kitty Adventure Rescue League & Sanctuary

Karyn and her husband, Gerald, founded Kitty Adventure Rescue League and Sanctuary, a rescue and sanctuary for special needs, disabled, elderly and otherwise unadoptable felines in the DFW TX area. TimTams is one of countless senior, special needs cats that the couple has saved and homed over the years.

TimTams was a bit shy when she arrived at her new home. After some much-needed TLC from her new dad, the sweet senior gal started to feel like at home.

Kitty Adventure Rescue League & Sanctuary

"She loves head bonks, and Fancy Feast, and spends most of her time sleeping. She never makes much noise, but she's always happy to see us," Karyn told Love Meow.

TimTams may be tiny in stature but she surely makes up for it in headbumps and snuggles.

Kitty Adventure Rescue League & Sanctuary

"Tiny Tam Tams found the secret midnight snacks and demands a snack ransom."

Who could possibly say no to that face?!

Kitty Adventure Rescue League & Sanctuary

Sweet TimTams is thriving, living with many feline roommates and two loving humans who love her to bits.

Every day she gives them headbumps to tell them just how happy she is.

Kitty Adventure Rescue League & Sanctuary

Share this story and adopt an older cat! If you would like to support their rescue efforts, click here to see how you can help. Follow Kitty Adventure Rescue League & Sanctuary.

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