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Meet Foxy! With her sleek black coat and her golden eyes, she is a real beauty!! She reminds us of a majestic mini black panther. Sadly, this 10-year-old senior girl came into the shelter because her owner died. When she first arrived she was a little shy and seemed depressed. Well, she quickly came out of her shell and is now an outgoing girl who craves attention. She is an excited drooler and will start drooling when you pet her. She is an affectionate feline that is VERY chatty. Talking is definitely one of favorite things to do. When you come home from work, she will tell you all about her day. Besides getting attention and carrying on a conversation Foxy also loves catnip. She can't get enough catnip! Foxy lived as an indoor kitty her whole life in her previous home. She is litter box trained. Foxy is an active girl who doesn't act her age. This senior gal has not slowed down one bit. Besides missing most of her teeth, she is healthy for a senior cat. She still has a lot of life left. Foxy is friendly with everyone she meets. She gets along with dogs but is not fond of other feline companions. Much like her larger black panther relatives, she rather be a solitary cat. Foxy has been with us since April and she seems to be a little depressed again. She would love to find a loving forever home where she can heal her broken heart and make new happy memories. Come by our Eastside Shelter today! Foxy would love to meet you.


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