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Code: BFT2022


In shelter Cat

Apex, NC, 27502
Pet name:
Domestic Medium Hair
Coat length:
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Est. DOB: June 8, 2019
Description: DMH Black
Gender: Female
Adoption Fee: $125.00

Amilyn is a pretty lady with a long body, a long tail and soft fur.  She loves to play – plastic balls, catnip mice, and her favorite – spring coil toys.  She sometimes makes crying noises while she carries her toys around in her mouth (β€œlook what I hunted and caught!”).  She loves to run around the house and play with her foster sisters.  She also enjoys the screened in porch.  Amilyn would do best with another cat.  Amilyn is a nice girl and will sometimes sit in your lap after she gets to know you. And she is fond of getting to know you while being brushed, especially under her chin.  While she does like being petted and receiving chin scratches, she does not like being picked up.  She will come stand on her hind legs and vocalize when she wants attention. Amilyn is very shy initially and may take some time to settle in and feel comfortable, so will need a patient adopter.

Amilyn was rescued from WCAS with her three newborn kittens after they were surrendered right before closing time.  She was extremely emaciated and needed extra feedings to get her healthy.  

Fully vetted: tested for FeLV/FIV (negative unless otherwise noted); treated for intestinal parasites, fleas, and ear mites; FVRCP+FeLV vaccinated (initial vaccination and booster); and rabies vaccinated; spayed/neutered; microchipped with Home Again microchips with rescue paid registration.


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