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Sparkles - sponsored   

In shelter Cat

Monterey, Virginia, 24465
Pet name:
Sparkles - sponsored
Domestic Short Hair, Mixed
Tan (Mostly)
Coat length:
Miss Sparkle was a stray in a neighboring county. No one came looking for her but this girl is sweet and sugar and loves to curl up and nap! Sparkle is about 6 to 8 years old. She is FIV positive but has no known health issues. She is fostered with 12 other kitties and is a good citizen. FIV is not contagious to other cats in casual settings or living together harmoniously.

Her adoption is SPONSORED. THANK YOU J and J of Monterey!

Adoption includes:
All cats are spayed/neutered, combo tested negative for FeLV/FIV, vaccinated, de-wormed and topically treated for flea/ticks. Also included in the adoption is 30 days of Pet First Pet Insurance, and Petco's Free Welcome to the Family Program. This program supports All New Pet Parents and offers Free resources, more than $650 in savings and 24/7 support.


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HCHS is 100% foster and volunteer based (no staff, no employees). All animals for adoption are in foster homes and can be seen by appointment suitable to your schedule. 
Our volunteers may be able to help with local transportation. 

Save a life! ~ADOPT~


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