Buttons (Guest)   

In shelter Cat

Owings Mills, Maryland, 21117
Domestic Short Hair
Black, White
Lost or found date:
Pet name:
Buttons (Guest)
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TO ADOPT:  Complete an application at www.baltimorecats.org/application Meet Buttons! Buttons is an 8 year old love bug of a cat who will chirp to say hello and follow you everywhere. She has been with me since she was a tiny kitten. I had a baby last year and Buttons has been in a constant state of stress. My son began walking a month ago and Buttons is beside herself. She feels threatened by him and her behaviors are directed at him (ex peeing on his diaper bag). She is spayed and declawed. I have heard success stories of declawed cats living in barns (with food and shelter provided). I am hoping that Buttons can find a safe barn home or a no kids no dogs home that would be willing to help her overcome her bad habits. I think with a little TLC to help her feel more secure and less threatened she could be a wonderful addition to someone’s home or barn.   ****Buttons is NOT part of our adoption program. For any questions or to adopt her, please e-mail Tracy.ussery@yahoo.com****Ready to adopt?  Visit our website for more information and to get started!  www.baltimorecats.org/application  


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