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Sabrina Spellman   

In shelter Cat

Chapel Hill, NC, 27517
Pet name:
Sabrina Spellman
Domestic Short Hair
Sabrina is shy at first but dont let that fool you. She came out of her shell in under 48 hours in her foster home. Once she opens up and gets comfortable, she will follow you around, demand attention and even be brave enough to face the vacuum. She can be a little troublemaker, egging on her siblings to play with the curtains and starting play fights. She likes playing with Nicholas most of all. Shell even follow him to the litter box.Sabrina is a beautiful little girl with a lot of love to give. She may be timid in new settings but when she settles in, shes adventurous, funny and cuddly. She spends her day people watching through the window and carrying around her fuzzy ball. She meows when she walks around with the ball like shes announcing a successful hunt and its adorable! She also loves to curl up with her foster mom for long naps on the couch. Any plans you had go out the window when Sabrina wants to cuddle. She will knead and rub against you until you let her win. She gets along well with other cats. She has also met a cat-friendly dog and doesnt mind the canine stranger. Please visit our website to learn more about this amazing pet and to see other available dogs and cats.


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