In shelter Cat

Center Township, Indiana County, Penn...
Domestic Long Hair
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Hello, my name is Peaches! I came to the shelter with another kitty through no fault of my own (my previous home’s landlord didn’t allow cats). I come off a bit shy, but I am a nice girl. I really enjoy gentle head rubs. I would make a great movie marathon partner if you let me sit next to you. I’m a very laid back, easy going kitty. My preferred home would be calm and quiet so I can adjust easily. The staff haven’t tested me with other animals yet, but could if you already have pets at home. Please keep checking my profile for updates as the staff gets to know me better!A note from the medical staff: Peaches was found to have a heart murmur during her physical exam here which is an abnormal finding in any cat or dog. A heart murmur is a sound caused by turbulent blood flow through the heart. Murmurs are typically graded 1-6, with 6 being the loudest. In some cases, this results from abnormalities in the anatomy of the heart. In other cases, heart murmurs can result from other underlying conditions. Typically, when those conditions are corrected, the murmur resolves (for example dehydration, anemia, hyperthyroidism). It is important to remember that the presence of a heart murmur is not necessarily an indication of present or future heart disease. In other cases, the heart may be working harder and may require medication as disease progresses. Peaches also has signs of dental disease. It is recommended that her adopters follow up with their veterinarian to further evaluate her heart murmur before going forward with dental surgery. This could include referral to a cardiologist and other tests like chest x-rays, EKG, and bloodwork etc. Any associated costs would be at the adopter's expense.The Adoption Fee Includes:- initial feline distemper combination vaccination- first deworming or stool check- rabies vaccination (for animals over 3 months of age)- AVID microchipping- FeLV/FIV testing- flea treatment/preventative- spaying or neuteringAdoption Cost: $35.00


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