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In shelter Cat

Bronx County, New York, United States
Pet name:
Dilute Calico, Domestic Short Hair
Calico or Dilute Calico
Coat length:

Our sweet, beautiful Donna has thrived in her loving foster home ! Donnas foster mom writes “She follows me everywhere, loves to sleep nearby or sits at my feet. It’s very cute. She snuggles while we watch tv or when I work from home.

She’s very good while I’m at work, and. she’s taken all her pills regularly and eats well. She actually looks forward to her daily bit of tuna with her pill !” 

She loves chasing her mouse toys!”

She would love to be the queen of her own castle as a solo cat to get all the human attention and love ! 

Donna has hyperthyroidism but it is easily managed with a daily pill she eats in her food , so there is zero stress in giving her medicine.

Please don’t look past this girl just because she has hyperthyroidism, she is so incredibly deserving of a loving forever home . 


If you would like to adopt Donna  PLEASE understand it will take time to earn her love and trust . It will not happen in 24 hours . Donna needs and very much deserves an understanding, committed home who will give her the patience and time to relax in new surroundings . As you can see in her photos, she has completely relaxed , it took her a few months but it’s so rewarding once she loves and trusts you. 


To apply to adopt beautiful Donna , email us at NYCATCOAL@YAHOO.COM or call Joan at 718-671-1695 for more information about this very sweet cat.




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