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In shelter Cat

Nashville, TN, 37215
Pet name:
Domestic Short Hair
You can fill out an adoption application online on our official website.
This precious little girl came to us from a local shelter by way of the ER. She had a broken left acetabulum and nerve damage to right rear leg. Sadly, we dont know how this came to be, but a Good Samaritan rescued her and got her to the shelter. She has come leaps and bounds, but still has a little hitch in her giddy up. She is super sweet but can be a little shy at first. She needs to be with calm sweet very kumbaya friends. The rough and tumble boys that she was initially fostered with were simply not her cup of tea. Shes much more of a sit around and discuss poetry, art, and literature, you know a good ol fashioned salon, than an adrenaline junkie. If you think you are the one to give the life and love she deserves, please complete and submit our application at**Helpful Hint: you are welcome to submit inquiries first, however, if you are really interested, we strongly recommend that you go ahead and submit an application because others are, and this kitty may be gone by the time we get your inquiries answered.


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