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In shelter Cat

Boston, MA, 02116
Pet name:
Domestic Short Hair
MEET BUTTERBALL - Check out my video! I am looking for: - A quiet home - Adult or quieter family - No dogs but cats are okay and a plus! - Experience with undersocialized/shy cats a plus - I will require multiple visits before adoption Butterball came to us from a home with many other cats, so she derives a lot of comfort here at the shelter from her feline friends. Since the only home she has ever known had a lot of cats but not a lot of people, Butterball is still trying to figure us humans out. She is quiet and observant, and relaxes when we speak quietly to her. Did you know that most orange cats are males? Butterball is the exception to the rule, and is a gorgeous orange and white tabby. She still has some sprucing up to do from her previous home, but shes gotten a lot of attention from our staff and volunteers and is ready to join the right home. Butterball will require multiple meets before going home. Butterball is currently up to date on all vaccinations, has been neutered, microchipped and been seen by our vet team. For more information on Butterball or any other animal currently residing at the Animal Rescue League of Boston, please call us at 617-426-9170. We welcome adopters from NH, RI, CT, and NY. However, we will be unable to facilitate same day adoptions due to state regulated paperwork requirements. Also, be sure to check out our: * WEBSITE: * TWITTER: * FACEBOOK: * INSTAGRAM:


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