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In shelter Cat

La Grange, KY, 40031
Pet name:
Domestic Long Hair
Gray & White
Coat length:
Meet Maddie! She is available as a forever foster. This girl is not only beautiful with her long luxurious hair but she has a beautiful disposition as well. Why would such a pretty, healthy girl need a forever foster you say? We would like to find someone to care for this girl to help her through her occasional potty mishaps. She did get adopted previously and returned for that reason but we do not know the circumstances surrounding the mishaps. Its kind of hit or miss you could say, A cat savy person could possibly help her work out this problem. Our cat room is not a good place to for solving her issues. She doesnt have a mean bone in her pretty body unless you are a cat giving her attitude and even then she just hisses back. She doesnt mind being held and will make someone a terrific household companion. She needs lots of grooming her fluffy long hair. A forever foster would take care of her and we will provide for her medical needs as they arise through our clinics. If you would like to meet her call or come by during open hours. MTWF 10:30 -4:30 or email We would love to talk to you more about the forever foster program if you are experienced with cats and seriously interested in helping her through this issue.


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