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Mia (in foster)   

In shelter Cat

Fishers, IN, 46038
Pet name:
Mia (in foster)
Domestic Short Hair
I just learned that my name means "Ocean Queen," which seems appropriate and yet silly. I like the idea of being a Queen, but I have no interest in the ocean or any large bodies of water. I am an 8-years-old female brown Tabby cat who was surrendered to HSHC in early June because my owner is moving. I am a pretty girl, if just a little shell-shocked at being up for adoption. You see, I have lived with my family ever since being adopted as a kitten from another shelter. I got along fine with the small dog and the children in the home, but Ive never lived with cats. When the interviewer talked with me about my future, I was delighted to be petted and given chin scratches. It was a toss-up as to whether I wanted her to continue massaging me or to eat my lunch. Lunch won! Since I dont swim, I hope you dont live by the ocean, but you can sure make me your Queen! 6-28-22


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