In shelter Cat

Tacoma, Pierce County, Washington, Un...
Domestic Short Hair
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Hi, my name is MEOWLY CYRUS and I would love to meet you. I am a Spayed Female Domestic Shorthair. The shelter staff think I am about 8 years old. I have been at the shelter since Mar 16, 2021.****THIS CAT IS IN A FOSTER HOME****Hi all! I am the gorgeous Meowly Cyrus, I am currently on the prowl for my new forever home. I came to shelter in pretty rough shape. I was really struggling in the shelter environment so I was sent to a foster home where I have been living the good life! My foster mom has reported that I am very sweet and affectionate, even though I am not a fan of being picked up, I will make sure to keep your feet warm ever night as I sleep on your bed. I have quickly figured out how to get my humans attention by hitting them with my paw when I think it is time for some pets. I am living with another cat but I could take her or leave her, I would also be very happy having a house to myself. I do have some medical that my new family needs to be finically prepared to take on. I have hyperthyroidism which does require special food for life and consistent checkups with my new vet. I am also FIV+, so I will need to be an indoor kitty only, which is fine by me since I want to be with my humans all the time. If you are ready to give this beauty queen her forever home.Please email CATFOSTER@THEHUMANESOCIETY.ORG


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