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In shelter Cat

Annapolis, MD, 21403
Pet name:
Domestic Short Hair
Gray / Blue / Silver
Coat length:
Georgia is a very sweet, friendly and beautiful girl. She is now 9 years young. She loves being petted and brushed, and she enjoys everyone she meets! Georgia is currently receiving a insulin twice a day, which she cooperatively takes for her diabetes as well as eating prescription food for the same condition. Georgia has lived with other cats but would not be able to eat any other type of cat food at this time. She has also lived with small children. Georgia loves being around people and is always happy and content after a few minutes of loving attention. Georgia is available for adoption or a foster home. She is not in our main cat room so please ask to meet her!

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