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In shelter Cat

Mission Viejo, Orange County, Califor...
Pet name:
Domestic Short Hair, Mixed
Brown Tabby
Coat length:
Bonnie and her housemate Clyde are 4 years old, both relinquished by their owners at a high kill shelter in Devore. Their reasoning- a family member suddenly became allergic. These kitties are understandably out of sorts after being abandoned, but they certainly are sweet. Adult cats, and the plain jane tabby's are commonly overlooked at shelters. But not by us, we just love them. Oh and they are both ALL 4 PAW DECLAWED. It is unclear of they are actually siblings or just housemates, at any rate we have come to find out that Bonnie prefers to be the only kitty. She was originally fostered with Clyde and another kitty and Bonnie took to acting out, we thought because of the other kitty. Well that kitty has since gone to our adoption center, Bonnie continues to display she wants to be the one and only queen of her castle
LOCATION- Foster Home, but will soon be at our Aliso Viejo Petsmart Adoption Center
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Bonnie's $150 adoption fee includes her vet exam, felv/fiv test, fecal, spay surgery, microchip, flea treatment, and current vaccinations


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