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Pet name:
Domestic Short Hair
Polo was also pulled from a local shelter as a kitten. She was suffering from stomach issues and blindness. She was timid at first but has since come to enjoy being petted. The shyness stemmed from her eye issue in which it was determined she did not have any eyelids. She has had a procedure to remove eyelashes and fur around the eye that can cause scarring. She has recovered well and is looking for her furrever family (no pun intended).
Polo receives eyes drops twice a day and receives them like a champ. She also is a little particular and prefers certain brands of food. Her favorite spot is at the foot of the bed and looks to you for 2 handed pets. She would thrive best in a quiet, smaller home; loud noises and fast movements startle her and too much space makes her lose her way. If you are looking for a sweet girl to fill your life with purrs, then Polo is ready for you!

Ok with Cats

Ok with dogs

Ok with older children (teenager+)



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