Tortoiseshell, Maine Coon, Mixed
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If anyone deserves a sweet second chapter it’s beautiful Luna. Rescued from a sad boarding situation where this young mom had her babies, she will do best in extra loving hands. She doesn’t like to be held, but does like to be picked up for short periods of time. She isn’t likely to sit in your lap, but she does want to sit next to her people where she rolls over trustingly in the hopes that you will pet her bunny-soft belly. Considering her rough start it’s wonderful that this gorgeous girl is so very sweet and friendly and mellow. When she tries to meow nothing really comes out, and she has gotten along with other cats and small well-behaved dogs but has not been exposed to kids. Her uniquely inky tortie coat is extra silken and extra fluffy, making her a precious work of art with a loving and devoted heart. What a special treasure this sweetheart will be in a loving forever circle that adores her. Could divine Luna be your beloved girl? Please note:Luna is shown as a Tortoiseshell / Maine Coon Mix / Maine Coon Mix based solely on her appearance. We rarely take in purebred animals, so virtually all of them are a mix of several breeds. Do not make an adoption decision based only on our breed designation, especially if you are concerned about allergies. Luna is ok with dogs For more information & an online application go to


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