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VERONICA DAPHNE FRIENDLY - Local Adoptions Only   

In shelter Cat

Spotswood, NJ, 08884
Pet name:
Domestic Short Hair
Buff & White
Coat length:
Once upon a time, there was a Queen of a Cat. She sat high upon the back of her sofa throne and gazed at the birds in the sky, thinking of hunting, but in reality, mostly napping. She was stunning, a soft white and gentle buff. Her fur was always sun-warmed, she loved her people, enjoyed being pet, and was jealous of their attention to other pets. She was treasured, beautiful, and perfect.
This is the life VERONICA DAPHNE was meant for. Unfortunately, she was born into a cat colony with plastic containers instead of sofas warm in the sun. Feeders who visit twice a day instead of a family that shares their pillows with her at night and picks her up at the slightest meow. She was destined for a home but got the trees and a scary road.
It seems odd that a cat born into a feral colony would long for this indoor life, but VERONICA DAPHNE does. Picture yourself with this beautiful princess of a young cat purring on your lap, as you tell her quietly, “and finally, after so long lost in the woods, she lived happily ever after.”

Please respond through Petfinder to meet VERONICA DAPHNE FRIENDLY and give her a loving, warm home.


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