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In shelter Cat

Tipp City, OH, 45371
Pet name:
Domestic Medium Hair
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Daenerys had a tragic start to her rescue story. She was an outside cat that someone was feeding, and during that time she had several litters of kittens that grew up as strays. Then the person moved and her food supply disappeared. Rescuers found her pregnant yet again, this time with no one to care for her. She gave birth in the home of a foster, who immediately noticed that something was wrong with the delivery. They rushed her to the vet for an emergency C-section and were able to save her life. Sadly, several of her kittens did not make it through the delivery, and the others were too weak to survive more than a few weeks. 
However, Daenerys has become stronger day by day and is now back to full health. Despite her rough experience, she has kept her loving and sweet disposition. She would love a permanent home to have infinite belly rubs and ear scratches. 

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