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Liza Mae   

In shelter Cat

Philadelphia, PA, 19145
Pet name:
Liza Mae
American Shorthair
The bold & beautiful Liza Mae is now available for adoption! 

This beautiful older kitten was found on the streets of Philadelphia but has quickly acclimated to life indoors! 

Feather toys are her favorite but she also enjoys snuggling up on the couch with her favorite person. 

She’s a chatty cat and she will certainly tell you what she wants. She is friendly, affectionate, and loves to be held and snuggled! 

She loves to be close to her person so you can always find her nearby or on your lap! 

She is fixed, microchipped, UTD on vaccines, & FIV/FeLV negative.

If you think Lisa Mae could be the cat for you - please fill out the application below!

Please note: we are a volunteer foster based registered 501(c)3 nonprofit rescue organization and it may take us a few days to respond to your inquiry. We also conduct landlord and property checks to ensure all animals are allowed on property.

Originating Organization

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Second Chances Rescue, Inc

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