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In shelter Cat

Baltimore, MD, 21209
Pet name:
Domestic Short Hair
Unfortunately family has to rehome Felicia due to child being highly allergic

Shes ten years old (6/2012) and was adopted from BARCS in February 2013.

Shes a very loving cat, a little wary of new people but then loves attention and affection once shes settled in. Shes not as playful as she used to be, more a lap cat, but still in good health

She lives with other cats and a young child but has not been around dogs. Her owner thinks she would just try to avoid dogs or kids. "No idea how she would do with dogs, but probably avoidant. Same with younger kids, shes learned to run from my 4 year old. Never ever defensive or aggressive, even when cornered by him, just always does everything she can to get out of there as quickly as she can. She is fixed, got her rabies shot about 18-24 months ago and will be up to date before rehoming"

Contact Dann Malihom at if you want to meet Felicia.

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