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In shelter Cat

Suffern, NY, 10901
Pet name:
Domestic Short Hair
Starr was rescued from a small cat colony when it was noticed that she had a slight head tremor. After full medical evaluation, it was determined that there was no psychiological cause found & it was assumed that she was born with this condition or suffered an injury at some point. Starr does not have a disibility because her slight tremor does not prevent her from doing anything she wants to do. She can eat, sleep with no problem. She can jump anywhere she wishes. She rolls over & doesnt ever seem to be any distress. Starr is an extremely loving cat. She loves to be held, she loves to sit on your lap and enjoys all human interaction. Star currently is in a foster home with a number of cats. Although never agressive in any way, she does not seem to enjoy their company. She therefore spends most of her time on a cat tree, on a bed, or windowsill looking out. We have not gotten her to play with toys at this point but we are sure in a loving home, she probably would start doing that. She is a young healthy cat. She is spayed, Felv/Fiv negative and UTD on vaccines. If you can offer Starr your heart and your home, she will definately be your best friend. Please call 845-634-0345 (landline) or 845-596-7512 (cell)
C.A.T.S. dba Cats for Adoption


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