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In shelter Cat

Urbana, OH, 43078
Pet name:
Domestic Short Hair
Coat length:
Bathsheba was abandoned when her family in Springfield moved and left her and another cat behind.  A kind neighbor saw that they had been abandoned and took them in as they were inside cats who werent equipped to survive outside on their own.  This family already had several dogs and cats of their own and werent able to keep two more cats.  They were able to find a home for the other cat, but they werent able to find a good home for Bathsheba.  She was a bit shy when she arrived at the shelter, which is not at all surprising for a cat used to living in her own home.  Its overwhelming to be in a shelter with a lot of other cats.  However, after just a few weeks she has really come out of her shell.  She loves to play with fishing pole toys and will now seek us out for attention.  She has been through a lot so were very proud of her progress.  Shes super sweet and just needs her own forever family.  Stop by Paws and meet her.

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