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In shelter Cat

Cincinnati, OH, 45206
Pet name:
Domestic Short Hair
TAFFETA is a sweet 2-3 year old tabby/tortie with beautiful swirly bullseye tabby markings on her sides. Shes gentle and delicate and would do best in a quiet, tranquil indoor home environment. She doesnt ask for much - a soft place to sleep, regular meals, and gentle hands for occasional petting . . .

She does the cutest thing: carries around a soft, small stuffed animal toy; calling out with a specific "Ive got a toy!" meow. Just wants to announce it!!

She spent the first year or two of her life living dangerously close to the very busy Wm Howard Taft Boulevard as a neighborhood stray! Sadly, many outdoor cats in that area met sad fates from the cars speeding by. Neighbors had been helping to feed her and tried to keep her & her kittens from being run over; Purrfect Friends took her and her litter of 4 babies in to help find loving new home for them.

Her kittens are grown, shes been spayed - and shes ready for a wonderful, loving, new home of her own - MAYBE YOURS???

Adoption fee includes Spay or Neuter, vaccinations, combo-tested - negative for FeLV & FIV, and micro-chipped. The adoption fee is $50.00.

If interested in adopting, please fill out our application at


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