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In shelter Cat

Thibodaux, LA, 70301
Pet name:
American Bobtail
Tabby (Orange / Red)
Coat length:
***HURRICANE IDA DISPLACED KITTY*** Please meet Ida!!! Approximately 8 months old (as of 12-1-21). Ida is a super sweet, lovable, spayed female Bobtail kitty. Ida is a displaced kitty who was rescued just as her foster family was evacuating for Hurricane Ida (in Louisiana). She had been in boarding for weeks after the storm, and is currently with her foster family (along with multiple other foster animals) in temporary housing, since their permanent home has been damaged beyond repair from hurricane Ida. Ida has since been vaccinated, spayed and microchipped and is ready for her forever home. Ida is being fostered in Louisiana, with ground transport available to Colorado. Additional transport fees may be associated with this adoption (depending on transport method). For more info., or to apply to adopt, please email Idas foster mom at: Ida has been cooped up in a boarding setting since she was rescued and longs for a home where she can be safe & loved, and able to PLAY, PLAY, PLAY!!! Could that home be yours? Ida says Thanks for stopping by and learning more about me.

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