In shelter Cat

Pittsboro, Chatham County, North Caro...
Domestic Short Hair
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I'm an absolute sweetheart who loves to play and cuddle! Salutations! I am known as Maudie. My brother Melon is my best friend in the world and I love to playfight with him. Don’t believe him if he says that he usually wins, I just let him think that — I know, it’s quite magnanimous of me. I also have the prettiest eyes this side of the Atlantic, and like to let people know by staring at them and parading about in front of the mirror.  If you must know my bad habits, I enjoy munching on plants; however, if I am given some grass to chew on, your plants will be spared. Probably. My current caretakers also do not seem to enjoy it when I occasionally try to jump up on the counters, so you may have to work with me on that, though I personally don’t see why it’s an issue. I love to sleep next to my human caretakers and will often help them wake up in the morning by purring and asking for affection. It’s the least they can do after ignoring me for eight hours. My brother and I love to make new friends, so we'd love to meet you sometime! We must go together, as we are best friends! If you want to see more pictures of me and my brother, or want to hear about our shenanigans, feel free to check out our Instagram:


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