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In shelter Cat

Garwood, NJ, 07027
Pet name:
Domestic Long Hair
Gray & White
Coat length:
Emily is a beautiful 2 year old kitty who was rescued after giving birth to a litter of kittens outside. Emily was rescued with her 2 surviving kittens and boyfriend Romeo. Emily is tiny weighing only 6lbs. She has fluffy white/gray hair. She is shy with strangers and will need a quiet home and a patient adopter. She has made amazing progress while in foster with us so we are looking for a special adopter to continue helping her blossom. Emily took such great care of her kittens, now it’s her turn to be taken care of. Emily does know and respond to her name so there will be a requirement to keep her name as is. Emily is only available as a pair with Romeo because they have a special bond and Romeo’s outgoing nature gives Emily confidence & comfort. Their journey is a true love story that must continue!

Local Adopters Only
Westfield NJ Area

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