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Domestic Short Hair, Mixed
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~ special adoption ~My name is Cash and I have been at Tabby Town since 2018. My endearing personality has made me the best back door greeter and all time staff favorite! I have soft black hair and I’m 8 years old. Even with some of my minor medical problems I am a sweet girl with lots of love left to give.
I just need a cat guardian with experience and patience. My weight is causing health concerns and I need a home where I can go on a proper diet. Living in a rescue can make that difficult at times. In the meantime I also need regular grooming. I am vocal, affectionate, I love head scratches, kisses, catnip, laser pointers and belly rubs.
I would prefer to be your only cat, but I can coexist with respectful, independent cats. We are not sure about dogs and older children would be best for me as I can get a little stressed.
Any interested adopters can call Dan at #(716) 207-9917. He will be handling any adoption appointments or questions you might have about Cash. You will probably want to meet with Cash a few times as she is a special needs adoption. Cash is an amazing cat and has overcome so much. Maybe your family is her purrrfect second chance!
The Tabby Team


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