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In shelter Cat

Papillion, NE, 68046
Pet name:
Domestic Short Hair
Wendy is a black beauty! She has so much fun playing with her siblings! She would love to go somewhere where she could have a friend to play with! She is a little more timid than her brother, but she has become more and more adventurous with time! 

Kittens or cats CANNOT be declawed, for any reason. We will gladly provide you with alternatives to this procedure. Kittens do better with another kitten to play with. This gives you a break and give them company when youre not home.

This kitten is fostered in Avoca and cannot be viewed at the shelter in Papillion. The adoption fee is $150 and covers age appropriate vaccines, a microchip, and a spay/neuter. The adoption fee helps cover the cost of these vetting procedures. If you want to meet this pet, or are interested in adopting, please submit an inquiry or email to 

They will determine if you and/or your family are a fit and if so, provide instructions for completing the application. 

 After you have submitted an application and been approved, we will setup a meet and greet between you and the pet. Applications are reviewed in order of receipt. Please be sure to follow us on Facebook to learn more about Town and Country Humane Society and our mission.


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