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Name :MoriaDOB: 03/23/2020Moria, She is one the sweetest cats I have fosters. She came to me because of financial  hardship of owner and her owner tried to make it work. She did adopt them from AVAP originally. She did a great job as a mom. I get the pleasure of being a foster to one of the sweetest cats. So well adjusted with all the other cats and dogs. Former home had small  dogs as well.  Moria is spayed and will need updated shots prior to Adoption. Moria came with her sister Gemma. They were an a bonded pair, but here the are finding their independence. I would love I someone would take them both, The bonus is, they are 2 of best cats one could foster. Moria is independent at times, but super cuddly and loving. She will sleep with you if allowed. Loves toys, scratch post. Great with litter box. Loves there wet and dry food.    


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