In shelter Cat

Belton, Missouri, 64012
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SOF  ISO Forever Human.   WHAT?  An Orange Female?  Yes!  Less than 20% of orange kitties are female.  This rare beauty is O’Gracie.  Shy until she knows you, this girl enjoys quiet evenings on laps, pets and chin rubs, mixed in with random bursts of running and playing.  She’s not crazy about other cats – she goes into hiding mode – which is probably why she has been overlooked for so long by potential adopters.  She disappears when she is surrounded by too much activity.  Her favorite places to hide are in the top nests of kitty trees, or in hidey holes.  But she will peek out playfully when the coast is clear.  When she does grace you with her presence, her gorgeous eyes and regal postures never fail to melt hearts.  She craves attention, but waits for you to sit still before she makes her first cautious move.   O’Gracie would do well in a quiet home, and would love nothing more than to be a kicked back couch buddy.  She’s a young, low maintenance adult with many years of love left to offer. O’Gracie, female, born approximately 2011


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