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In shelter Cat

St Catharines, ON, L2P 1W4
Pet name:
Domestic Short Hair
Tabby (Gray / Blue / Silver)
Coat length:
Meet Dora, this petite and extremely sweet one year old lady had a very rough start. She was left on a rural property to fend for herself, sentencing her to starvation and dehydration. Once rescued, she could not even lift her tiny head for five days. It took her nearly two weeks to even be able to stand up; and when she could she walked like a newborn fawn for well over two weeks. On top of all her struggles, Dora has very limited vision in her right eye. The good new is, there is no medication required and she gets along just fine with it. 

With love and a lot of hard work she has strengthened and now plays like crazy with toys and the other foster cats. She is feisty and a true survivor, and despite being dealt a bad hand in life, she is so very loving! She enjoys laying on your chest and snuggling up beside you. 

Dora would be best suited in a home with another active cat to play with. She is so full of energy it is as if she is making up for lost time!  

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