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In shelter Cat

Niagara Falls, ON, l2h 3l8
Pet name:
Domestic Short Hair
Coat length:
Annie is a pretty lady; she is playful but also laid back.   She is quite confident and happily shares a room with  several other kitties.  She gets along well with the others and is the dominant female.   She is 3yrs old and has been with us a while. A bit shy at first, until she gets to know/trust you.  Once she does she will charm you with her antics.   She enjoys a good petting and loves to play with her toys.  She has an easy going temperament and gets along well with her gang.   She is close to Larry and little Peanut, an orange M,  but also best buddies with the big guy - big Peanut.  

The best home for Annie would be a quiet home with people who have previous experience with shy, rescued cats.   Annie will need a family that is patient and understands that she may need time to adjust to a new and unfamiliar environment.  If you have  no other pets then Annie would do best in a home with either Larry or Peanut.  

If you are interested in finding out more about this sweet cat we would love to hear from you.  If you are on Facebook  please go to our page - Niagara Falls Community Cats - and send us a message and we will respond to your request.  If not on FB then contact us via email at .  Thanks.
Niagara Falls Community Cats


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