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zz "(Delilah) & Opal" courtesy listing   

In shelter Cat

Cincinnati, Hamilton County, Ohio, Un...
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zz "(Delilah) & Opal" courtesy listing
Domestic Short Hair
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THIS IS A COURTESY POST. Purrfect Friends Cat Rescue and its volunteers have not evaluated this animal in any way and can not be held liable for the current condition or future care of the animal. Please work with the specific contact in the posting to confirm if the animal is spayed/neutered, vaccinated, tested, etc. and for a complete description of the animal's personality and behavior traits.

Delilah is a sweet girl with a previous untreated injury from her 

days as a stray, her hind leg doesn't bother her a bit but she does 

have a funny run and needs help getting into high furniture. She is a 

domestic short hair that sometimes gets confused for a Siamese cat 

because of her markings. If she eats too quickly she might throw the

 food back up.

Opal is also a sweet sweet girl who prefers to hide out most of the 

day in any small cubby hole of a space she can find. She looks very 

much like a tabby cat and has the fluffiest fur perfect for cuddles

Contact Kennedy 513-501-5846 or


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