In shelter Cat

Orlando, Orange County, Florida, Unit...
Domestic Short Hair
Gray (Mostly)
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Chanel is playful, affectionate and as you can see, absolutely gorgeous!   She’s named for (Coco) Chanel because she looks like she’s wearing a stylish and expensive gray sweater.  In just the right light, the white stripe on her nose has a cute pink tint.  And check out those white paws, she is cute cute cute!  Chanel squeaks with delight when she gets excited about a treat or playtime.  She often instigates wrestling matches with her sister by nipping at her tail and it is a joy watching her play with toys (check out the videos).  It’s easy to get her purr motor running by giving her lots of head and neck rubs!  Chanel and Mojo are deeply bonded, so we are hope the right adopter has room in their heart and home to adopt them together.   All of Dexter's Kitties are fixed, chipped, SNAP combo tested and vaccinated for their age. The adoption fee is $125 for a kitten, $200 for two kittens, and $80 for a cat older than six months. If you rent your home, we respectfully ask for your landlord or management company's information to confirm pets are allowed. If you own your home, we may check public records to confirm.    If the cat is still on our website, that means the cat is still currently available. If you have questions, your inquiries will be given priority if you submit an application at We are a volunteer team and try to respond as quickly as time allows.


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