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Mia orange   

In shelter Cat

Long Beach, CA, 90805
Pet name:
Mia orange
Domestic Short Hair
Orange & White
Coat length:
Mia Orange is a very spunky little girl with a great story. She was found crossing the road by herself when only 14 days old, her eyes barely open, lost from her mama. The very same day, we took in a mama cat named Lucky who had just lost her babies but was still clearly nursing. We put them together and the rest is history. Lucky immediately started grooming and nursing Mia as one of her own, and Mia in turn adores Lucky. 

Despite her small size, Mia has a lot of get up and go... until she stops and collapses in a heap to nap for several hours. Youll just fall in love for her adorable face and playful personality. Since she is so attached to her "auntie Lucky", we are asking that they be adopted together. They have very complementary personalities, the tolerate dogs, and while Mia likes to play with other kitties, Lucky would prefer to be the only adult cat around. Mia has an appointment to be fixed at the end of October, and Lucky is all ready to go.

All our cats and kittens are (or will be) spay/neutered, microchipped, tested for feline AIDS and leukemia (FIV/FeLV), vaccinated, litter box trained, and socialized before adoption. 

To find out more about availability and the adoption process, please call or text 213-784-2281, or visit our PAF South Bay website at


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