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Lottie Girl   

In shelter Cat

Shippenville, PA, 16254
Pet name:
Lottie Girl
Domestic Medium Hair
Coat length:
Lottie Girl has been at the shelter for a while and is not thriving in this environment.  She does not do well with other cats and has been moved to our office to give her a chance to chill out.  She is loving and adores being petted and held.  PAWS has a lot of smells, sounds, and activities. She will need a calm environment to thrive.

My name is Lottie Girl and I desperately need a forever home!!  You see, I am my best self when I am an only kitty. Unfortunately, when I am at the shelter, even in a room by myself, I still know all of the other residents are there and its really upsetting me..

We will absolutely consider a long-term/special needs foster or foster to adopt applicant.
Please email Sherry at
if you are able to help.

All cats have been spayed/neutered, Feline Leukemia and FIV tested and received basic vaccinations, a rabies vaccine, been de-wormed, and have had a wellness exam by one of our Clarion PAWS veterinarian partners. 

The Adoption fee is $50 for adults and $90 for kittens under 1 year old. 
An adoption application is required and can be downloaded at:


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