In shelter Cat

Oakland, Alameda County, California, ...
Domestic Short Hair, Mixed
Gray, Blue or Silver Tabby
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Acampo, CA (near Lodi, San Joaquin County, CA): Hi folks!  My name is Roxanne – just watch my video and you’ll see my super playful, affectionate and happy spirit and you may find that “Roxy” is a fun name that fits me! I’m a pretty adorable little girl. I love hanging out with people, I’m friendly, I love pets and attention, and I enjoy laps too!  I can be quite chatty –I mean, there’s a lot going on in my life to tell you about! I’m busy playing, hanging out with other kitties (and maybe even dogs), exploring as I’m confident and curious…no wonder I’m chatty! I was born in September 2017 and I’m spayed, up to date with my vaccines, tested negative for FIV and FELV, and microchipped.  I am just adorable!  I’m probably fine with most children. Oh, my foster Mom thinks that I may be a bit shy initially but heck, I was driven 90 minutes to this photo shoot, plopped on a fuzzy blanket, had my photos taken by two complete strangers…and did pretty well with it all! I am living in a private foster home so if you would like more information, please text or call Karen at 209-329-2001 and she can tell you all about me.  Once you are approved, we can meet via video chat!


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