In shelter Cat

Sacramento, Sacramento County, Califo...
Domestic Medium Hair
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Guinevere has made a remarkable transformation since arriving to the shelter. She transformed into a social, loving, cuddly, and affectionate kitty who purrs with appreciation when you pet her. She was growly for the first 3 weeks at the shelter, and on the fourth week, she started coming out to say hi when entering the room and talking to you. She will probably need the same amount of time in her new home to get use to the new environment. She seems to really enjoy being around people. She is a voluptuous girl. Even though she was found on the streets and is 7 years old, her fur has been well maintained and is matte free. Since she has longer fur, it would be good to brush her regularly, at least once or twice a week, to prevent her fur from matting. We recently moved her into a habitat room with another cat, and there has been no issues.==>If you are interested in adopting this kitty, please call the adoption by appointment phone number at (916) 875-CATS (2287) between 9:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Tuesdays to Sunday (closed Mondays and holidays) to set up an appointment to meet this kitty. Be prepared to give the shelter representative the animal ID number, which is A797921.Watch her video here:or here:https://youtu.be/vGkGOBhELYU


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