In shelter Cat

Lancaster, Lancaster County, Pennsylv...
Domestic Short Hair
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Hi! My name is Pepper and I am about 2 months old. I was brought to the Pet Pantry when I was 2 weeks old. I was lost and could not find my mom. On top of that I had a severe upper respiratory infection and my eye were swollen shut with puss. Upon intake the Rescue manager cleaned my eyes and relieved the pressure. Unfortunately it was too late and the infection and already destroyed my right eye and my left eye is severely scarred. The veterinarian removed the right eye once I was big enough and looked more closely at my other eye. She believes I may loose my vision in the other eye in the future. But that won't stop me! I love to chase and play and when it is time to snuggle I do that very well if I don't say so myself.   Adoption Fees: Kittens 2 - 6 months - $125 +tax Adults 7 months - 6 years - $85 +tax Seniors 7+ years -$65 +tax All of our adoptable cats are spayed/neutered, microchipped, and up to date on vaccines. For kittens that are too young to receive all of their vaccines before being adopted, we will provide the vaccinations they need when they come of age at our clinic for no extra charge to you. Appointments will be made at adoption.  


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