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O'Fallon, City of Saint Louis, Missou...
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This darling little tabby girl is Ophelia.  She came to us from a hoarding situation and required emergency care as she was bleeding from her back end due to a life-threatening infection.  Thankfully our vet was able to perform an emergency spay and she recovered very quickly.  Ophelia is just as sweet and docile as can be.  She loves to be petted and rolls onto her side for tummy rubs, purring instantly.  She is a timid soul and will be shy in new situations, but is very gentle.    She loves other kitties and gets along quite well with them.  Not sure about doggies but she may do well with a calm, cat-friendly pooch.  Because she is on the shy side, Ophelia needs to be in a quiet home without children and pet parents who won't mind if she hides when she feels the need.  She is very healthy, but her right eye does get weepy on occasion and may require cleaning.  However, it doesn't affect her eyesight or cause her any pain.  Ophelia is spayed, negative for FeLV/FIV, current on vaccinations and microchipped; DOB 7/5/2018 (tag # 11038JB).


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