Luna [CP]   

In shelter Cat

Oakland, Alameda County, California, ...
Domestic Short Hair, Mixed
Black (Mostly)
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Luna [CP]
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CONTRA COSTA COUNTY, CA:  Hello! My name is Luna - as in “la bella luna” (beautiful moon). I don’t like to brag but I’m a Bella Luna myself and I’m sure you will be calling me that all the time! The picture above really does not do me justice. I am a petite girl with beautiful charcoal gray-and-black fur with a silvery moon-white undercoat that’s very soft. I’m still young (born in June 2017) and have been told I have a delightful personality. I’m very lively and smart and expressive and will purr whenever you are near me. Pretty much my favorite series of events is to get a pet from my person and then to play and then to run (and then repeat). I do love playing with other cats so would do best in a home where I have a buddy - either with a friendly resident cat or maybe with my good friend Audrey. I have been spayed, had all my shots and am very healthy. If you’d like to learn more, please contact Marcia - or check out my videos.       Luna discovers baby food part 1     Luna playing with blue dinosaur        Luna eating baby food (off my fingers)      Petting Luna     For more information, please contact Marcia at or 510-734-9924 and she can tell you all about me!


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