Domestic Short Hair
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Thank you for your interest in adopting or fostering. Rescuing one cat won't change the world, but it will change the world for that cat.  Small Tabby FemaleMeet Anise. This sweet petite girl kitty is a flower waiting to bloom!  She is sometimes shy and sometimes affectionate. She seems a little uncertain how to be around people, but when she is open to affection to purrs loudly and gives head butts. Other times she seems very cautious and will hide. Anise needs a quiet home and patient person who can help her learn people are OK and that she is loved. She is very playful with her sister and would do well with another young cat. Her sister is very skittish and we believe that the influence of her very shy sister is not helping Anise come out of her shell. She is a very petite girl with shorter than normal legs and a beautiful tabby coat. Can you eb the one to give Anise a forever home?   If you want to meet this sweet cat, please submit an application on our website: .  All our cats are up-to-date on vaccines, housebroken and ready to go home. And if you can't adopt but would like to help, fostering is always an option! Fostering one (or more) of our other irresistibly cute feline companions makes space available to save more lives. You can also schedule a play date and meet 12 of our affectionate rescues by visiting Le Cat Cafe at 2713 W. Girard Ave . Schedule a visit today!  


  1. American Humane Association
  2. Peeva
  3. American Veterinary Medical Association
  4. Veterinary Information Network
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