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Bobbie Jean   

In shelter Cat

Town of Garner, Wake County, North Ca...
Pet name:
Bobbie Jean
Domestic Short Hair
This polydactyl bobtail girl was living in a feral colony with her four kittens. Soon after Bobbie Jean was spayed, she decided she was done with camping and hunting and would rather have the indoor life!  She now loves human attention and gets along well with other kitties. She has shed most of her wild ways, but would do best with an experienced cat person without small children. 
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