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In shelter Cat

McMinnville, OR, 97128
Pet name:
Domestic Short Hair
*** You dont need an appointment to visit our cats, here is what you need to know: 
1. Cats are avaible to visit Thursday-Saturday 10am-4:30pm. 
2. Proof of home ownership must be brought with you, i.e a mortgage statement or property tax or home owners insurance
3. If you are a renter, you must have a letter from your landlord stating you can have a cat, pet policy and or pet agreement are not sufficient. 
4. Debit/Credit or cash for adoption
5. Cat carrier, we have card board ones for $5
6. You can place a hold on a cat, due to people not returning we will be charging $25 to hold, this will be taken off your adoption fee.

Meet Amber, he is approx. 14mths old, spayed female . She is our 2nd cat for our Save Oregon animals from euthanasia 2022. She came in with 5 other cats on the list to be euthanized for space. Amber is a shy girl, she would love a quieter home where she can come out of her shell. 

*We apologize for the picture, she is not a fan of getting her picture taken*

My adoption fee is $100 Primary Color: Muted Tortoiseshell Secondary Color: White Weight: 6.8lbs Age: 1yrs 6mths 2wks Animal has been Spayed


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