@ PetSmart Sindle   

In shelter Cat

Montello, Marquette County, Wisconsin...
Breeds:
Tortoiseshell, Domestic Short Hair, Mixed
Colors:
Tortoiseshell
Lost or found date:
07/05/2021
Pet name:
@ PetSmart Sindle
Gender:
Female
Age:
Adult
Coat length:
Short
Description:
Sindle and her two identical triplet sisters came to us from a hoarding situation. Sindle and Millie had 11 kittens between the 2 of them, and Brendal was very pregnant. This beautiful Tortie girl is finished being a mom now. She has been spayed, updated on all her vaccines, dewormed, on flea preventative, and microchipped. She still hangs out in the room with her kids, but is ready to move on with her life. She is very people friendly, but can have her aloof moments, too. When she can get away from her kittens she will put her weight back on and be in top form! She is just a little over a year old. Sindle tolerates the other cats in the shelter when she takes a stroll around the building, but would also do well as an only cat with her humans. She is fine with the younger kids who come to the shelter and play with her kittens, too. If you would like to visit this lovely little lady, please go to our website to submit an online adoption application. After 2-5 days to process the app, upon approval you will be contacted by a volunteer to schedule a private appointment to meet Sindle and the other cats in our shelter. www.littleorphansanimalrescue.org

Location


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