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In shelter Cat

North Saint Paul, MN, 55109
Pet name:
Domestic Short Hair
Meet Koda!
Koda is a sweet 4 year old female who was surrendered by her owner who could no longer keep her. Koda is a shy girl, so she will need her own safe room to start out where she cant hide and be given plenty of time and patience to come out of her shell. She does well with lots of petting and soft words. Koda has made great strides while at the shelter. She is seeking out pets and snuggles. She tends to be a social eater so we sit with her while she eats. Koda is pretty shy around the other cats in her room at the shelter so she would really shine as an only cat or be adopted to someone who has a very laid back, friendly cat that doesnt overwhelm her. We do not recommend dogs or young kids. She would do best in a quieter home with adults or with older kids who love the shyer kitties. Shy cats make the best companions once they are comfortable with you. Give Koda a chance! Her adoption fee is $175.

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