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In shelter Cat

Burbank, California, United States
Pet name:
Domestic Short Hair
Coat length:
My name is Zora.  When I first came to my foster home at 4 weeks old, I was pretty timid. I liked to hide under anything I could find. But my new foster sister, Jiji, really helped me come out of my shell and build up my confidence.  We've become pretty close and it comforts me to have her around.  Sometimes, if I don't know where she is, I'll call out for her. When it's time to nap, we snuggle and groom each other.  That's why I'm hoping to find a new home that will take us both. I can still get spooked by loud noises and new faces so I probably don't want a home that's super noisy.  But once I realize everything's okay, I do relax and start poking my nose into everything I find, usually with Jiji leading the way.  When we start playing together, we can put on quite a show; much better than anything you'll see on TV. I'm not really big on being held for a long time, but I love keeping my foster mom company. I've even been know to curl up on her head when she's reading in bed.  I'm ready to settle into a forever home - preferably with my pal, Jiji.  We would be double the love - double the fun! If you are interested please contact my foster Allison at


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