In shelter Cat

Toledo, Lucas County, Ohio, United St...
Domestic Medium Hair
Brown Tabby
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1 yr. old on 8/2018 I was dumped outside, all alone, in the PAWS parking lot. I was scared and confused, but was very happy to be spotted by a PAWS employee and came right to them, hoping they'd help me understand why I'd been left. I'm a friendly girl who likes pets and treats (probably in that order) and do well with other kitties...but I'm also happy being on my own and not being an overly "clingy" kitty (which is probably why I've gotten the nickname of "Sweet Miss Independent"). I'm a laid back girl, and all I want is a forever home where I can feel safe in a sun spot, have fun with a good play session, or just sit curled up on a couch while the family I love watches tv, with the occasional pet that reminds me I'm safe, loved and will never be dumped in a parking lot again. Could that sun spot and love be in YOUR home?


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