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In shelter Cat

Salt Lake City, UT, 84117
Pet name:
Domestic Short Hair
Hi, my name is Harley. I am a gorgeous muted calico, and I am a survivor. When my former owner dumped me and my 4 kittens at the edge of Utah Lake, I managed to keep us all fed while driving off raccoons, foxes, hawks, and coyotes. And when I realized that I needed help, I found a safe and loving foster home for us all. 
I am very young, still really a kitten myself. I love to play, especially with fishpole type toys that get me leaping and twisting in the air. I am a heart stopping acrobat and the aerialists in Cirque de Soleil wish they could move like I do.
I wait for the perfect moment to do something, then throw 200 percent into everything that I do, whether that is playing with you, lounging in the sun, purring by your side, or begging you for love. I love high places and perches, and really, really love big windows. 
My lake experience has made me a little wary of other animals, and I would probably do best as a solo pet, but I am surprisingly tolerant of dogs and can handle other cats, as long as they do not get too spicy with me. My favorite place in the world is near you, sharing your space, sharing the air you breathe, and letting you know how awesome you are. If you are interested in adopting a CAWS pet, please fill out an online application at


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