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In shelter Cat

Lyndhurst, VA, 22952
Pet name:
Domestic Short Hair
Meet Lavinia: 

Lavinia is a 3-4 year old, full figured gal who weighs about 12-15 pounds. She made her way to our local shelter in March where she was overlooked for almost 4 whole months and until she got very sick! Poor Lavinia was labeled as "URGENT" because she just couldnt fight off an upper respiratory infection in a stressful shelter. Lavinia moved to her foster home on 7/16 and began healing immediately! 

Confident and self assured, Lavinia rolled in like she owned the place and told the resident cats that she would be their new leader. The first thing she took over was their water bowl. She loves to sit by it and reflect on her beauty, get cool drink and then dip her paw in and splash it around. Then she took over the best place in the house... the sunny spot that looks out onto the front porch. 

Lavinia is intelligent and engaged. She always knows what is going on. She comes up to you and communicates and tells you how she thinks you should be doing things. She is fine with the other cats in the house but is not above giving them a good hard smack to keep them in line. Lavinia adored the attention of a kid who recently visited and would make a great addition to just about any cat loving family! 

She is spayed, vaccinated and microchipped. An adoption fee of only $35 in no way reflects how priceless this cat is! Shes really great but the resident cats want their house back and have taken up a collection to pay her adoption fee if thats what it takes to help her find her own castle!

If you would like more information on Lavinia or would like to learn how to meet her, please give SVASC a call at (540) 943-5142 or email Tracey at


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