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In shelter Cat

Melrose, MA, 02176
Pet name:
Domestic Short Hair
Black & White / Tuxedo
Coat length:
White-and-black mother Velvet was rescued along with her six kittens, who have since been adopted.  Now its her turn to be welcomed into a loving home.  At about a year, she isnt much more than a kitten herself.  He does well with older kids who know how to treat cats respectfully, but would probably not do well with younger kids.  Velvet is an affectionate little lady who loves attention and interacting with people.  Shes friendly girl who would be suitable for a first-time adopter.

She has:
- been spayed and neutered 
- been given rabies and distemper vaccinations
- tested negative for FeLV and FIV.
- been treated for fleas and worms

Her adopter will receive her medical records. There is a simple adoption process and an adoption fee so we can continue to help cats in need. Shes being fostered in Danvers.

Cats can live up to 20 years, so give careful thought to the changes that are likely to occur in your life during that time. If you can and will commit to her and provide a safe, loving home for life, then respond to Please include your phone number for a faster response and say a little about yourself and the home you would provide for her as we try to match people with the right cats


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