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In shelter Cat

Belton, MO, 64012
Pet name:
Domestic Short Hair
Who deserts a senior cat? Booooo! This little girl was picked up in by Animal Control, one that has no adoptions and is very small. She is a senior AND declawed living on the streets! Wrong in so many ways! We found her a home quickly, which was great because she is NOT fond of other cats. Well, the owner fell ill and she had to come back to the shelter, so devastating for her! Now she is kidney insufficiencies and needs fluids a couple times a week which means her chances of finding a home really bottomed out. Maybe if you didnt want to adopt, maybe you would foster her, all medical will be covered, she seriously just wants a lap, not to live the rest of our life out in a shelter without a family! Please help her get her biggest wish............a home for the rest of her life............please. Julia, girl, born approx 2006


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