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Riley (22-169 C)   

In shelter Cat

St Johns, MI, 48879
Pet name:
Riley (22-169 C)
Domestic Short Hair
Gray & White
Desi and Riley are a beautiful pair of 6 month old sisters. They are pretty deeply bonded and can always be found together. Desi enjoys lounging on the floor with the dogs when she is not climbing the kitty castle with Riley or laying with her sister on the back of the couch. While both girls can be a bit nervous about being picked up, they have no problem purring as soon as they start getting scratches or pets. They are still young and play like the kittens they are. When the house is quiet they love to race through their foster home playing tag. They enjoy rolling on the floor with a toy mouse, chasing little crinkle balls, batting around nerf darts, and attacking kicker toys.

Both of these girls are shy and are looking for a home where they can come out of their shells. They are looking for a quiet home without the chaos that kids can bring. They do enjoy playing with fellow foster kitties and would adjust to a home with other friendly cats.


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