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In shelter Cat

Maumee, OH, 43537
Pet name:
Domestic Short Hair
Lucy and Lily are two friendly, outgoing girls who arrived to THS together nursing many kittens! Now these cuties are ready to go home! They have both previously lived with other cats and a dog! Lily is a mellow but curious kinda lady who prefers touch on her own terms. She enjoys crinkle balls, and jingle bells. She enjoys treats and can be really sweet when she is comfortable. 

Three of the kittens that these moms were caring for tested positive for FeLV. This cat tested negative for FeLV and FIV on the IDEXX combo. However, though they tested negative, this cat was exposed to a kitten positive for FeLV.

We would recommend retesting in 2-6 months, or at the recommendation of primary veterinarian, to confirm a true negative result!

These two moms appear very attached and love to cuddle all day! Because they are bonded, they must be adopted together! Dont forget, cat adoptions are currently BOGO!!

Stop in and meet them today!

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