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In shelter Cat

Stahlstown, PA, 15687
Pet name:
Domestic Short Hair
Tabby (Tiger Striped)
Liv is a young female domestic short hair tabby. Sheis fully vetted, spayed, flea treated, wormed, fiv/felv negative, and microchipped.Liv has scarring and possible ulcer on her right eye. She is not in pain but cant see out of that eye. You would never know. She will be having surgery for that soon. She is playful and loves to chase toys. Liv is very sweet, she enjoys making biscuits on your lap and being held. You know how happy she is because she purrs nonstop and chatters with excitement when she see people. If youre interested in adopting, or fostering please fill out an application on the Helping Hearts and Healing Tails website.Liv is fully vetted, spayed, flea treated, wormed, fiv/felv negative, and microchipped. She does have a problem with her third eyelid in one of her eyes. She will be having surgery to correct that soon. Liv is litter trained and has been well behaved with her foster. She deserves another chance at happiness.Please help us find this sweet girl a new home.

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