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Scruffy - Foster   

In shelter Cat

Grand Rapids, MI, 49534
Pet name:
Scruffy - Foster
Domestic Short Hair
Gray / Blue / Silver
Meet Scruffy! Her foster mom says, "When we first met Scruffy, she was definitely the runt of the litter and looked a bit disheveled and a little scruffy. As we watched her, it looked like she didnt really feel like she fit in with her 7 siblings, so she was off by herself quite a bit. It turns out she had TWO bot fly larvae in her neck but everything healed up very quickly after her first check up at the Humane Society where they took such good care of her. She has continued to heal, grow and come out of her shell more each day! I was so excited to see her decide to play with her siblings for the first time! They can still get a little rough with her since she is still smaller than all of them, but she handles herself well and gets right back in there after shes had a break. Shes still too tiny to be as assertive as her siblings when lining up at the dinner bowls, so I scoop her up and give her her own dish a ways away from everyone else and she gets plenty to eat. She is getting better and better about finding her own place at the dinner bowls though, so she is gaining confidence. Shes always interested in whats going on and likes to be petted more and more all the time. And shes just so darn cute!"


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