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In shelter Cat

Washington, DC, 20007
Pet name:
Domestic Short Hair
Black & White / Tuxedo
Please contact Megan Tracy ( for more information about this pet.Anyone hungry for an Oreo cookie?DORSEY NEEDS A FOREVER HOME!!!!

Name: Dorsey Best Guess for Breed: Domestic Short Hair
Best Guess for Age: 16 weeks as of 9/30/22 SEX: Female
Approximate Weight: 2.7 lbs as of 8/12/22
Coloring: Black and white Type of Hair: Short
Gets Along With: Due to her young age, Dorsey will likely get along with cats, kids and dogs given an appropriate adjustment period. We can help with tips and tricks.
Currently Living at: Foster in the DC area!
I am Looking For: My forever home! Hi- Im Dorsey- a little bandit kitty with a cute black mask. I wont ask for much- just some love, cuddles and lots of toys so I can run and play and be my kitten self.
What My Foster Says About Me: Dorsey is such a sweet gal! She loves being with her human. Shes playful and seems to like wand toys and balls she can carry around in her mouth. On occasion, shell bring the wand toys to you with a request you play with her. Shes very affectionate and cuddly, though doesnt come across as needy and only meows occasionally. Dorsey is interested in new spaces, but not a mega-explorer. As she gets more comfortable, she gets more adventurous (needs to be introduced slowly to new spaces - we can give you tips for that!).
Dorsey really just loves to be loved. She was given a tour in a sling on her first day, and just sat there observing with her human. How to win her over in the beginning? Just requires you sitting down nearby and shell come over for some loving.
Dorseys foster has resident cats, and though Dorsey is still separated, she seems quite curious! Not aggressive or overly curious, just intrigued.
Oh! And did we mention shes a good eater, great with the box, AND is pretty darn good at using appropriate scratching places vs. furniture? Whats not to like!
Kitten Vetting Requirements: Your kitten may not be fully vaccinated upon adoption. You will be responsible for providing whatever remaining vaccines are needed to complete the kitten vaccine series.
Due to this kittens young age, she/he has not yet been spayed or neutered. As part of the adoption contract, it will be your responsibility, as the adopter, to ensure that this is done no later than 12/10/22. There are NO EXCEPTIONS and NO EXTENSIONS to this date . A nonrefundable spay/neuter deposit will be collected if you would like Lucky Dog to pay for this animal to be altered at one of our low-cost partner vets.
TO ADOPT: The adoption fee for this kitten is $175 ($300 for two cats or kittens adopted together), which includes the cost of routine vetting. If you are interested in adopting, please complete the Adoption Questionnaire online at
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