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In shelter Cat

Martensdale, IA, 50160
Pet name:
Domestic Short Hair
Cricket appeared rather mysteriously at a colony of cats already TNRed by Whiskers. Was shedumped? Lost? This precious girl cant tell us her story, but she lets us know every day howgrateful she is for a fresh start at life! She is a SWEET cat one of the most loving Ive met,says her foster mom. And Ive met hundreds of cats! When I open the door in the morning, shesits and puts her paws up in the air to greet me! One of Crickets favorite new hobbies as anindoor kitty is adorably quirky: She likes to move her furniture around toys, scratching pad,and bed/blankets. Otherwise, shes the one on the move, seeking out opportunities to love andbe loved. She LOVES to be petted, doted on, and rolls around to show you her stomach a signof trust. With her white mittens, pink nose and beauty mark, Cricket has looks andpersonality. Now all shes missing is you! Please visit our website at to learn more about this amazing cat and to see other available cats.

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