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Melosa   

In shelter Cat

Acme, PA, 15610
Pet name:
Melosa
Gender:
Female
Breeds:
Domestic Short Hair
Date:
06/12/2022
Colors:
Tabby (Brown / Chocolate)
Size:
Large
Age:
Young
Coat length:
Short
Description:
HELLO!                                   
MY NAME IS: MELOSA
RESCUED BY:  ANIMAL KEEPERS RESCUE 
MY BIRTHDAY IS: 03/26/21  
RECEIVED: 05/08/21
GENDER: FEMALE                                         
SPAY/NEUTERED: YES    
VACCINATED, FLEA TREATED, AND DEWORMED: YES – AGE APPROPRIATE MEDICAL HISTORY
NOTE:
Melosa was found her 3 siblings and feral mother. After catching them, Melosa was the worst of the litter and would spit and hiss if you even entered the room. With some time and love she has turned out to be a total lovebug! All of her siblings were adopted when they were kittens, but since Melosa took longer to come around, she has unfortunately not gotten a home yet. She has spent too long in her foster home waiting for a home. She keeps getting passed over repeatedly because of her age and the fact that she does not show well at adoption events. She can be really hissy towards new animals, and it has prevented her from getting a home before – even though she does warm up to and become best friends with other cats.
Melosa has become such an absolute sweetheart! She loves to greet her foster mom every single day after work, and wont let her go until she gets to cuddle for a minute! She loves to play as well, and has LOTS of energy! She runs non stop and will need someone to keep up with her energetic nature! She has become fast friends with all of her kitten foster siblings – because she has as much energy as they do!
Melosa will need a home to understand her. She can still be spooky with strangers, but after a couple weeks is your best friend. Once she gets used to you she lets you hold her, cuddle her, and will play with you for as long as you let her. She likes other cats, but does take some time and hissing to get used to them. Once she gets passed that initial stage, she cuddles, wrestles, and plays with them non stop!
Wont someone please give this sweet girl a chance?

Location


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