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In shelter Cat

Ringoes, NJ, 08551
Pet name:
Domestic Short Hair
Olivia is new to the indoor life.

Olivia was born and grew up outside in a local outdoor cat colony. While she was fed and cared for by a caretaker, she only had limited contact with people as a young cat. Due to her outdoor upbringing, she is still a little skittish around people. She likes the freedom of her new suite and solarium, but prefers to find a comfy bed to nap in rather than seeking love and pets from humans. She can often be found hanging up on top of the cat trees, lounging in a cozy spot while overlooking the entire room and keeping a sharp eye on any human visitors. She is not the type of cat to run and hide, but she does prefer to not be handled.

Olivia is shy around people, but confident around other cats. While she doesnt often snuggle with her feline roommates, shes very comfortable surrounded by other cats. Considering her history as a community cat living in an outdoor colony, this is not surprising. Olivia would thus likely do well in a multi-cat household.

Olivia is healthy as far as we can determine. She simply needs an understanding adopter who will let her choose when and how she wants attention. Could Olivia be the right cat for your family? Fill out an online adoption application today!


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