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In shelter Cat

Atlanta, GA, 30329
Pet name:
Domestic Short Hair
Coat length:
Aqua is a beautiful young female kitty who was rescued from a hard life in a bush at an apartment complex. She is extremely grateful to be rescued and is happy to be indoors with people that show her affection and attention. However, she has been waiting for a furever home for several months.

Aqua’s foster mom has really worked hard to bring out Aqua’s sweet side, and the effort has paid off! Aqua has gone from a suspicious street cat, to a very cuddly and purry house cat. Once she gets to know a person, she is very sweet and friendly. She’s also playful and energetic, and wand toys are her favorite. Other times she’s content to just curl up with her foster mom and purr and be spoiled rotten. She’s quite striking with tabico features and has intense eyes that are very expressive!

Aqua gets along well with other cats she has encountered, but it’s not known how she would be with dogs.

Aqua is estimated to be 1-2 years old. She is healthy, FeLV/FIV negative, vaccinated for rabies and FVRCP, dewormed, has been spayed, and microchipped. Maybe you could be her purrfect human?
Royal Potcake Rescue USA Inc. (404) 281-9035


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