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Bootsie   

In shelter Cat

Herndon, VA, 20172
Pet name:
Bootsie
Gender:
Female
Breeds:
Domestic Short Hair
Date:
09/23/2022
Size:
Medium
Age:
Adult
Description:
Bootsie is a beautiful girl who was given up to a shelter because she had kittens. She was a good mom and is now spayed and ready to find a forever home. She might take a little time to be comfortable with you, but once she is, she loves to sit in a warm lap, getting her head rubbed and being petted. She does a little kitty chirp when you call her name and loves to talk to you. She does well with cats and older kids.
If you are interested in adopting, please fill out an application and a representative will get back to you shortly to answer any questions you may have. The adoption policies and applications can be found at the following links: www.tinyurl.com/fcrtcats / www.tinyurl.com/fcrtdogs. Email us at adoption@fancycats.org for general questions about our rescued cats. Email us at dogadoptions@fancycats.org for general questions about our rescued dogs.
You can save animals like this one by becoming a foster! Fosters are like bridges between high kill shelters and forever homes. We need fosters so that we can save cats and dogs before they are euthanized at the shelters. If you are interested in becoming a foster, please visit: http://fancycats.org/how-you-can-help/foster/foster-application

Location


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