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In shelter Cat

Georgia, 30127
Pet name:
Maine Coon
Black, White
Coat length:
Greetings! I’m ROXIE (DOB: 04/07/2015), a gorgeous female black and white bicolor purebred Maine Coon. My breeder, with whom I have spent my entire life until recently, became a bit overwhelmed with her cattery and decided it was time to downsize. She wanted nothing but the best for me and my cattery mates, so she reached out to Cat Fanciers Association (CFA) through their Breeder Assistance Program. CFA then reached out to FFRS requesting placement for me and a few of my cattery mates to help find us appropriate homes. While overall I am an easy going, loving young lady, I can sometimes be a bid timid and can be a little “foot shy” and may dash away when you approach me; but, if you let me approach you, I will ask you for some neck rubs, which I really enjoy! I am playful and curious, but also enjoy my alone time. I get along well with other cats, but I’m not sure how I would be around dogs. I promise that once I get settled into my new home, I won’t disappoint! I am spayed, up-to-date with vaccines, negative for Feline FIV/FeLV, dewormed, microchipped, have received flea preventative, and will be eligible for a 30-day free trial of pet health insurance at the time of my adoption. My adoption fee is $300.00.


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