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Ethel Joy LAF 4710   

In shelter Cat

Lansing, MI, 48912
Pet name:
Ethel Joy LAF 4710
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Meet Ethel Joy! Her middle name describes her perfectly! This sweet and cuddly girl loves other kitties and is a pro at running on her cat wheel! Ethel Is a very special kind of kitty, called a rumpy manx. She was born without a tail, which makes her extra cute, but also means that she requires some special care. Ethel uses the litter box like every other kitty but also requires a very small amount of MiraLAX with her breakfast and a belly massage to help her have a bowel movement. It is very easy to do and her foster mommy will show you everything you need to know!

****To inquire about or to apply to adopt this kitty, please fill out our application. Copy and paste this link. It will take you directly to our application!****

By adopting this kitty, it helps the SBZ Organization work on decreasing the over-abundance of kittens that end up homeless. 

*Because rescue cats do not come from breeders with specific backgrounds, the description is our best estimate of breed & is not guaranteed.
*SBZ requests that adopted kitties be taken to your private vet to be established right away as moving around can be stressful- even if it’s good stress- and cause reactions in their immune systems. 
*If you have dogs and other kitties, please make sure to do a slow introduction so they can learn about each other.


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