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In shelter Cat

Dacula, GA, 30019
Pet name:
Domestic Short Hair
Gray & White
Coat length:
Meet “Delilah”

DOB - 9/26/19 estimate

Back Street Kittens “From Feral to Fabulous”

Info: Delilah was trapped in a feral colony and she was a very feral kitten when she came to us. She has made a lot of progress but she is still not a lap cat. She loves to play with a wand toy. In fact, she will bring the toy to you and expect you to play with her. She will now allow us to pet her if we approach slowly. She will need a family who is willing to give her time to blossom on her own terms. She will also need a quiet home without small children.

All BSK cats have been tested for Fiv/Felv, dewormed, treated for fleas and parasites, vaccinated (FVRCP and Rabies) altered and microchipped. 

All cats are in foster homes. Please complete an application at and submit online. Once approved, an appointment will be scheduled for a "Meet and Greet". Completing an application does not commit you to adopting from Back Street Kittens.

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Back Street Kittens, Inc

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