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In shelter Cat

Concord, CA, 94524
Pet name:
Domestic Short Hair
Coat length:
She came to FFF through our S.O.L Program for at-risk cats/kittens. (see her S.O.L. story below). Named because of her resilience after Maya Angelou, she has grown from a sickly, shy kitty, to a plucky, active, and independent girl.

Slowly, despite all odds and with emergency medical interventions. the kitten began to stabilize and then to grow.....and then to walk!

Our MAYA finished her Rise and is ready where can find that special home that can appreciate her struggle and give her a forever home.

Currently, our Maya has grown into a quiet, slightly shy adult kitty.  She is grown in her confidence, prefers a quiet adult home, and once acquainted with her new person(s) and environment, we think she will adjust nicely.

She might be a good companion for a quiet, adult home or a senior.

She is current on her FVRCP shot, combo tested negative for Feline AIDS and, leukemia and is neutered.

She enjoys a safe, enclosed outdoor space to explore.  Because of her activity level and familiarity with the enclosed outdoor experience, he would do best by having an ENCLOSED outdoor catio.


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