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In shelter Cat

Brick, NJ, 08723
Pet name:
Domestic Short Hair
Coat length:
Pippa is the mother of the motormen litter.  Shes about a year old and very petite.  Shes long and thin with a long, thin tail and soft fur.  We ear tipped her when she was fixed thinking she was a stray that would need to be returned to her colony, but she was all purrs and cuddles as soon as she came back from the vet, so clearly she was once someones pet.  Sadly she somehow ended up on the street, pregnant and scared.  She made some seriously cute kittens, but shes now fixed and looking for a life of ease with a family to love.  Shes gentle, and does ok with other cats, but is very submissive.  Her main strategy for dealing with them is by staying the heck out of the way!  She would love life as an only cat or with other peace loving submissive felines.  Shes fine with being picked up and cuddled and loves to be petted but in her multi cat foster home the couches and beds are too busy with other cats for her to join the snuggles. Message us if she might be a fit for you and your family.  She really needs to get out of her foster home,  much as we love her.  Its just too full of cats for her taste!


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