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In shelter Cat

Haw River, NC, 27258
Pet name:
Domestic Short Hair
Foster notes: Seal is the sweetest little lady you will ever meet! She loves running and greeting you at the door with lots of meows and is always excited for a good ear scratch. She loves her window seat where she can sit and watch everything going on outside. Seal is also a very helpful cat and wants to be involved with whatever you are doing (computer work, folding laundry etc.). She loves playing with toys and running around the house. She will, however, never say no to a good cuddle/nap and just wants to be near you all the time. If you leave the room, she is always only a few steps behind you, making her the best friend you could ask for. Seal also loves going for walks around Elon campus and is so curious about everything happening around her. She loves going for car rides and dividing her time between curling up in your lap and looking out the windows. She is definitely an adventure cat! My favorite thing about Seal is that every time she jumps down from any surface, she lets out a little squeak, like all the air is leaving her body. It is the cutest and most endearing thing! Seal is litter box trained and is extremely clean. No messes are allowed in Seals house!


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