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Colby   

In shelter Cat

Absecon, New Jersey, 08201
Pet name:
Colby
Gender:
Female
Breeds:
Domestic Short Hair, Maine Coon, Mixed
Date:
07/14/2021
Colors:
Orange
Age:
Baby
Coat length:
Short
Description:
Located in New Jersey 





Kittens do better adopted in pairs, or with another young cat in the home.  Colby cannot be adopted out as the only cat in the home. 





Colby has a gorgeous tabby pattern to her short hair.  She loves to play and be with humans as well as the other kittens in her foster home.  She has 2 siblings, Twinkie and Reed.  Colby is a typical kitten who loves to run, climb, jump, play and then hang out and sleep in the cat tree.  Colby was born to a Maine Coon mix mom and arrived in foster care when she was only one week old.  At that time, we did not know if she would have the same coat as her mom.  As she grew, we could see that she would have the short hair, as well as her siblings.





She is now ready to go to her furever home ( hopefully with a sibling or friend from her foster home).





Colby is up to date with her vaccines, is FeLV/FIV negative and uses the litter box.  She is located in Blairstown, NJ 





www.omcrescue.org for an adoption application.





Colby is not spayed and will require a repaid spay agreement before adoption. 



 

 

 

 

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