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In shelter Cat

Londonderry, NH, 03053
Pet name:
American Shorthair
Orange & White
Coat length:
of birth: 5/18/22
Female - orange and white tabby
Foster mom: Val

My name is Malu and I am the sweet as they come but also independent and sassy. 
I love scratches and I will purr if you stay close to me for a little bit while I am enjoying the cuddles.\xa0
I love to play but mostly to cuddle with other kitties. 
I don’t have a mean bone in my body but I am also shy. I would need you to be patient with me as I have been through a lot in my few months
I get along with cats of all ages, and if dogs are sweet and friendly I will learn to love them. I was found at a tire yard sleeping inside the curve of the tires to keep me somewhat cover from the rain and the sun. 
A good samaritan went one day to buy tires for his car and found me. I was covered in fleas, and dirty from the tires. I was also starving. If it wasn’t for the good samaritan that rescued me, I would have not survived!
I was found with my sister Bonita, she is not my blood but I love her as if she was. 
I was weak, skin and bones trying to stay alive. 
A good samaritan found us and when I saw him I didn’t know if he was coming to hurt us so I stood in front of Bonita to protect her. 
Soon I understood he was there to save us. 
I promise you if you have a bit of patience with me, and give me time to trust you I will live my life to give you all my love in return and be your snuggly bunny. 
Malu was rescued by This is the Dog! and now its her turn to rescue you!\


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