In shelter Cat

Belton, Missouri, 64012
Domestic Short Hair
Orange, White
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This little girl came from a high intake shelter where she was brought in with obvious neurological issues. That shelter didnt have the space to allow for time to see if it could heal her. When she came in she only had sight here and there and looked like a horrible mess. With some TLC and time, this little girl recovered 100%!! Its beyond amazing! She is a bit timid at first because of the drama and her scary life to date, but she is so so sweet, she is even one of the awesome cats that allow full on belly rub! What more could you ask for? Scotchie, girl, born approx 2014  


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