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In shelter Cat

Lorain, OH, 44052
Pet name:
Domestic Short Hair
How am I still available? 

Is it my initial hissiness? Its just because Im still cautious. Ive been through a lot this year. Its kinda just my thing, I mean no harm. 

I learned that kittens arent so bad. (they used to bother me, running around and such) 

Shes shy and not much of a cuddler. She prefers to not be picked up and held, but will come for neck rubs and booty scratches. She does very well with other cats, still iffy on the dog (but my dog is hyper and big). Not sure how shed be with children as i do not have young ones. Shes still startled by sudden movements or loud noises. She loves to hiss at every thing (its actually pretty cute.) She enjoys laying on her blanket in her crate and has started to play with the ball tower and and exploring the cat tree. 

vet estimated my age at 2-3 years old!
Storm's Angels


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