Sissy (DLH brown tabby/white)   

In shelter Cat

Lemoyne, Pennsylvania, 17043
Domestic Long Hair, Mixed
Brown Tabby
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Sissy (DLH brown tabby/white)
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Sissy is a gorgeous long haired brown tabby with white cat. She is a Loving Care Cat Rescue cat residing in Harrisburg. She and her sister Chrissy were found in the City of Harrisburg. She is full of energy and she and her sister love playing together. She also is sweet and loving, likes attention and is affectionate. She would love to be adopted with her sister but it is not necessary as long as you have another kitten/cat for her to bond and play with. She does get along with other cats. Please consider giving Sissy her forever home! If interested in Sissy, please text Shirley at 717-608-6837. Her adoption donation is $125 (includes a microchip), which includes age-appropriate vaccines, dewormer, flea treatment, and Felv/FIV testing (negative). She has been spayed and has had a rabies shot. Thank you for looking and perhaps considering one of our cats to be part of your family. Please note:  LCCR does not allow our adopted cats and kittens to be declawed.  All adopted kitties are to be kept as indoor-only pets.If you are interested in adopting this kitty, please fill out the online application at


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