Breeds:
Tabby, Domestic Short Hair
Colors:
Brown Tabby
Lost or found date:
04.05.2021
Pet name:
Sis
Gender:
Female
Size:
Small
Age:
Senior
Coat length:
Short
Description:
SIS is the grande matriarch of our cat room. She originally came from a hoarding case in Philadelphia. A well-meaning Vet took in his pets that his clients couldn’t keep or couldn’t afford. She is probably about 12 years or older. Sis likes human companionship and will hang out near you and she loves to head-butt but, much like Howie Mandel, she’s not a huge fan of being touched.  She will enjoys a few short pets and then the catitude kicks in and you will get a swat. Sis is used to living in a busy environment – first at the vets office and now at our shelter for years. She tolerates the other cats and dogs and has gotten more mellow in her old age. She would love a home to live out her golden years! Other animals are OK but probably a home without small children would be best as she has not been exposed to them. She has been an indoor cat most of her life so indoors would be best – maybe with a patio where she could get some fresh air. Sis has been vaccinated, spayed, tested negative for leukemia/FIV and is ready to move onto the next phase of her life! Apply at www.companimals.org. Adoption $25

Location


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