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In shelter Cat

Palatine, IL, 60078
Pet name:
Domestic Short Hair
Black & White / Tuxedo
Cobalt and her sister Sienna were abandoned without food or water in an apartment when their humans left. I know, unthinkable. Fortunately, kind strangers came together to get these two out and safe. Now that they have realized that their next meal is nothing to worry about, they have blossomed into sweet loving cats. Cobalt started out shaking with fear. Today, shes still a bit more cautious than her sister but leans into scritches so hard she tips herself over. Cobalts secret talent is jumping. She can catch a red dot nearly all the way up the wall. Wand toys are no match for her flying leaps. Shes never met a ping pong ball she couldnt pounce. 

Cobalts hoping her future home comes with a nubby silicone brush. I have never seen a cat so happy as Cobalt when the brush comes out. And honestly this girl deserves happiness.

We think that Cobalt and Sienna are somewhere between nine months and a year old. Cobalt still has playful energy but is past her distructive meyhem days. Cobalt tends to be scared by loud noise and commotion. She would do best in a quieter household. We would love to see Cobalt adopted with her sister Sienna, but she may also do well with another outgoing cat friend. 

Cobalt did not deserve to be abandoned. She DOES deserve a forever family. Might that be you?

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