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In shelter Cat

Germansville, PA, 18053
Pet name:
Domestic Short Hair
Gray & White
Coat length:
Single gray female seeking a forever companion! I would describe myself as affectionate, independent and low maintenance. My best features are my dazzling green eyes and my adorable white feet. My hobbies include taking frequent cat naps and playing with catnip toys. My favorite activities are being petted, rubbing up against your hand and purring loudly! I’m seeking someone who will be patient with me because I can be a little shy sometimes and I’m still coming out of my shell. So come meet me and see if you are my perfect match!

 More about Chiclet: she was an outside kitten when at 6 mo. old her owner left to go into a nursing home. She has come a long way in foster care and has learned to love her pettings so much that she drools! She likes to be approached very softly and quietly and will grace you with being picked up occasionally. A quiet adult home with or without another cat or kitten would work for her. She is very food oriented so a real plus when it comes to transitioning. Very clean and well behaved.

DOB: August 2020, up to date on shots, FeLV/FIV neg; microchipped. 
Go to our website to submit an application: Shelter visitation Saturdays 12-4 PM.
 Phone: (610) 760-9009 ext 2


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