Please contact Maribel for more information about this pet.You can apply for Princess at www.ladyluckanimalrescue.org under the “Adopt a Pet” Tab.
Princess is a sweet black and white Domestic Medium Hair female cat born approximately April 23, 2019. Princess was found in Miami Lakes as a baby kitten by a local feeder. She was not moving and covered in mange. The nice lady picked up the kitten and took her home and then to the vet the very next day. With some much-needed TLC and medication, Princess blossomed into a healthy kitty. She was named Princess because of her long hair coat, and her beauty. Princess is just gorgeous and very sweet. She stayed with the nice lady until we could finally step in and find her a furever home. Princess loves to get groomed and sit in laps…she gets along with other cats and really is a great companion kitty. Come and meet this girl...her beauty is inside and out!
Princess is spayed, microchipped, FIV/FeLV tested negative, fecal tested negative, dewormed, and vaccinated (including rabies). She is litter box trained.
Princess is located at the Good Luck Cat Cafe (901 Progresso Drive, #202, Fort Lauderdale, FL 33304). For more information contact firstname.lastname@example.org or text 754-366-3669. You can apply at ladyluckanimalrescue.org under the “Adopt a Pet” Tab.
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