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In shelter Cat

Orlando, FL, 32806
Pet name:
Domestic Medium Hair
If you are looking for a mellow and independent furry feline family member, you have to meet the highly intriguing and lovely Selma! A 2 years young domestic short-haired young adult, Selma has shiny black and white fur and looks like she is wearing snowy white socks! Her long whiskers and bright eyes add to her striking good looks. Selma is shy with humans but gets along with her furry friends in her foster home, therefore she would do well in a household with dogs and other cats. She would prefer a home with patient adults who will allow her to be herself but would do best without children. Selma enjoys human interaction on her own terms and often from a safe distance, however she does enjoy playing with toys as well as romping with her feline companions. She is mellow and enjoys a peaceful lounge in a sunny window or on a soft surface and would thrive best in a laid-back home where she can patrol the grounds. Her foster family reports that she is an excellent hunter and takes her job seriously! She will be sure to keep her future home free of unwanted creepy crawly critters. Fully litterbox trained, Selma is tidy, independent, and smart...a freethinking beauty. Apply to adopt her today.If interested, please apply at


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