Tasha - Beautiful and affectionate   

In shelter Cat

Germantown, Worcester County, Marylan...
Domestic Long Hair, Maine Coon
Brown Tabby
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Tasha - Beautiful and affectionate
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Tasha has beautiful markings that look much like a Maine Coon. We saved Tasha and her kittens from a high risk facility. They were all very food deprived but have received lots of TLC and have all been spayed/neutered. They are all ready to find forever homes. Tasha loves attention but can be rough at times. She really doesn't seem to have learned appropriate play as a young kitten but is responding well and is more gentle. We recommend she go to an adult household to an experienced adopter who wants to work with her. We believe she will reward her owner with lots of love. She just needs a little patience. Can you save this sweet young kitty? * Our kitties are: Spayed/neutered (or provided a spay/neuter voucher for kittens too small for surgery), combo tested for Feline Leukemia and Feline Aids, up-to-date on vaccines (rabies vaccine when age appropriate), treated for parasites, and most have microchips. Tiny kittens go in pairs unless there's a companion animal already in the household. Our adoption fees are low. Most are $150 although some very desirable kitties may be slightly more. For a pair, we reduce the adoption fee slightly.


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