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Miss Stache   

In shelter Cat

Wells, ME, 04090
Pet name:
Miss Stache
Domestic Short Hair
Black & White / Tuxedo
Coat length:
Miss Stache was surrendered to the shelter after her owner passed away. This lively, playful kitty came to us as one of a pair, but we soon discovered that the two cats did not get along. Miss Stache is a young girl who is high energy and loves to play and fortunately, she is also very friendly and affectionate, although she gets squirmy when you pick her up. You can tell in her pictures how she earned her name from her distinctive markings, and you might also be able to get an idea of how energetic she is. The only bothersome issue thats been observed is that she cries loudly when in a cat carrier, but she is fine once she is out of it, even at the vets. We recently found out that she is hearing impaired or maybe deaf, which explains why she meows louder than the others cats. The hearing loss does not interfere with her energetic personality or her desire to play, but she will need a caring and compassionate human companion who remembers not to sneak up on her! Miss Stache will fit well in an active home, perhaps with older, respectful children who have had some pet experience. She might even get along with a cat-friendly dog to play with, but we are not sure yet. but we know that she does NOT get along with other cats!  She will be a fun cat for a family to enjoy. 

If you are interested in meeting Miss Stache,  please go to our website and fill out an adoption application and we will be in touch to make an appointment for your visit. Filling out an application is not a commitment to adopt.

Adopters of cats and kittens from Safe Haven Humane Society must agree to never declaw or release their kitties outside.


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