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In shelter Cat

Sardinia, OH, 45171
Pet name:
Tabby (Orange / Red)
The 4 manx/bobtail kittens were felv/fiv negative,\xa0 vaccinated, dewormed and on flea prevention. 3 female and 1 male.  
Now spayed, finished kitten vaccines, tested for felv/fiv - negative for both, micro chipped with Home Again.

We got called about another senior in over her head.\xa0 Not only can she not afford vet cat but the living conditions are very poor.\xa0 We took 4 of the kittens to the vets 2 days ago for vet care.\xa0 Yesterday the mother and father cats got spayed/neutered.\xa0 Today another male cat neutered.\xa0 Tomorrow another male neuter. Now she told him there are 15 more cats/kittens.\xa0 She told him only 1 more adult female and 1 kitten female.\xa0 Our vet is able to neuter another male tomorrow.\xa0 The poor cats/kittens all are flea infested, have worms and ear mites.\xa0 We will be working on getting everyone spayed/neutered as fast as we can.\xa0 We will get them all treated for fleas, worms and ear mites.\xa0 We will be getting them all tested and vaccinated. They are all sweet as they can be.\xa0 I little shy at first but the minute you start loving them they are love bugs.

If you have room in your heart and home for any of these sweet Babies or any of our other wonderful, beautiful babies please email Miracle House Animal Rescue with your name and telephone number to We are located just east of Cincinnati, Ohio, out Rt 32 in Brown County. We work by appointment only, after you are approved.


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