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In shelter Cat

State College, PA, 16801
Pet name:
Domestic Short Hair
Thomas has a lot to say. Suggestions about what she would like you to call her (Tomi, Thomasina, or any other name that makes it clear shes a girl). Also, treats (how many she can have, what kind, and wont you please give her just one more?). Then there are personal pleas for your attention (Can you sit down so I can sit on your lap? Please dont leave the room!). She is chatty! And super friendly. She is a cat who will make you the center of her life, and she will lap up your attention like a kitten with a saucer of cream. Thomas really wants all the attention for herself, so she probably would be happiest in a home with a cat who lets her be the alpha or as your only fur baby. We think Thomas is awesome and you will, too! If Thomas sounds like the cat for you, click on ""How to Adopt"" in the drop-down menu under the Cats tab. Please note that Thomas takes an inexpensive medication for hyperthyroidism and should eat a prescription kidney diet.

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