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In shelter Cat

Cincinnati, OH, 45227
Pet name:
Domestic Short Hair
Coat length:
For inquiries contact Information and application are at

We must talk about Uno! Uno came to us in 2021 as a stray young mom of four, barely more than a kitten herself. Initially a little shy, it took her some time to warm up to us, but now she is ready for the spotlight!

Pretty and petite, Uno has two favorite things in life - a good scratch behind the ear, and any toy that rolls! Uno lights up when she sees her favorite volunteers, and often will greet them at the door. She doesnt hesitate to do a little dance around the feet of her favorite friends, and loves to play!

Uno can be a bit spicy toward other kitties, but that seems to be more out of self-preservation than aggression. Afterall, she had to fend for herself and eventually her babies during her first year. Accordingly, she may prefer a quiet home where she can be reassured that shes always safe. Unos cloudy right eye - the probable result of an early injury - may look a little different, but it doesnt require any special treatment and she navigates life seamlessly with her good eye.

Do you have room in your home and heart for one more? Wed love to talk to you about Uno!
DOB 2020

Cat adoption information  and application can be found at
All cats and kittens have been vet-checked, spayed/neutered, and are up-to-date on vaccinations.   Adoption fee includes carrier, scratching pad, starter pack of food and litter, and toy.  We prefer kittens be adopted in pairs.  We offer free advice anytime about your adopted cat.  If, for any reason, it doesnt work out, we will take the cat back, anytime in the future.  Potential adopters must be interviewed in person, at the shelter, and live within 150 miles of Cincinnati. We will ask you to return to the shelter for a second visit to be sure of your decision. Sorry, we do not ship our cats or kittens! Please email Jean at for more info. on adopting!


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