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In shelter Cat

Carnegie, PA, 15106
Pet name:
Domestic Short Hair
Meet Mittens. She is a super sweet and loving older kitten. She is currently being fostered with her siblings, so she should get along well with others after acclimation. She is the most vocal out of the group. She will give the cutest meow when it’s breakfast/dinner time and even when she wants attention. She loves little head scratches and her mouse wand. She will carry it in her mouth. 
She can be a little shy at first to strangers, but warms up quickly once she realizes you’re there to love on and feed her.
A little background, she was part of a litter born on an abandoned porch by a feral mother. They were trapped around 10 weeks old. She’s been socialized with her foster family and is now ready for a forever home. Her new family must be patient with her and follow proper acclimation.  She will need to get use to her new family and home… it will be scary for her at first and she could be a little shy, but by following the rescue’s instructions with acclimating to a new home, she should acclimate very well. She will make a snuggly, loving companion once she settles in.

She is being fostered through Merlin’s Safe Haven cat rescue. She is spayed, negative for FIV/FeLV, up to date on all vaccines, microchipped, flea treated, and dewormed. 

If you are interested in adopting Mittens, please fill out the following application:
Merlin's Safe Haven Cat Rescue (412) 596-8089


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