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In shelter Cat

Orange Grove Island, Osceola County, ...
Pet name:
Black (Mostly)
For more information call the foster listed. We will be pleased to answer any of your questions. You may also e-mail or call 321-441-6481. Thank you!Meet Sookie - this sweet gal showed up as a stray, no chip and she still needed to get fixed.  All that has been done now thanks to local TNR groups!  However, she still needs a home.  She is not wanted where she hangs out because the homeowner has dogs that are not cat friendly.  As for Sookie, she is a good kitty and will come for affection - hoping for food of course.  But becuase she is not in a home, she still fends for herself.  She likes petting and will let you pick her up, but is a little uneasy until she gets to know you.  Please consider giving this little gal a place in life to call home - and safety!


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