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In shelter Cat

Fairlawn, Ohio, 44333
Pet name:
Domestic Short Hair, Mixed
Brown Tabby
Coat length:
1 yr old femaleMeet Puma!

This adorable girl is a little timid when you first meet her, but once she warms up she is super sweet, and very playful.  She is alittler over 1 yrs old and weighs 7.5 pounds.

Months back, She tested positive for Feline Coronavirus (the testing that was done to identify this virus is specific to feline enteric coronavirus and does not detect SARS-CoV-2, the causative agent for COVID-19. Feline enteric coronavirus is species-specific and does not infect humans) Although she tested positive at her re-check appointment, the virus should not affect her longevity or quality of life (she is no longer experiencing any clinical signs), however it is recommended that she go to a home with no other cats, with no intention of getting more cats in the home until she would test negative, which could be done within the next 6 months, as there is a risk of shedding the virus to other cats via the litter box. Coronavirus is mostly common as a kitten virus,  and according to the vet most kittens by 9 months - 1 year test negative. 

We have not seen her around dogs or kids so unsure how she would do with those.

 This animal is current on all age appropriate vaccines, dewormed, and spayed/neutered. They have been FIV/LeLV tested (negative), microchipped, and on flea prevention.  The adoption fee is $100.00 If you are interested in adopting this pet please fill out an application at


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