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In shelter Cat

Herndon, VA, 20172
Pet name:
Domestic Short Hair
Sweet Emory was born on a horse farm and rescued with her sister as 6 week old kittens that were adopted and loved until she found herself in a rural North Carolina shelter when her owner lost her home. Lucky for her that the rescue trapping at the farm microchipped the kittens as they were fixed and adopted, because this was her ticket out of the shelter and off THAT list. You may ask about her sister, and we are happy to say she is safe, adopted by her foster family. Our motto "leave no sibling behind. Now its Ems turn!
Emory is sweet, playful, loves treats, and grilled chicken or turkey fancy feast, the more gravy the better!
She gets along well with the older foster siblings but is the dominate girl in her age group and insists that others respect her space.
Emory would do well in a home with children, and an endless supply of temptation treats. She loves wand toys of all kinds and is quick to give head bonks and greet you in the morning for vittles.
Could you be Ems forever? She would be willing to try, are you?
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: / Email us at for general questions about our rescued cats. Email us at 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:


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