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In shelter Cat

Virginia Beach, VA, 23453
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Meet Yuna! This loving girl came to us when she was having trouble using the litter pan in her previous home. Her former family reports that she would get very stressed when she was around cats or dogs, or when she was locked in a room by herself. Since coming to the VBSPCA she has not had a single accident! 

While residing at the VBSPCA, Yuna has experienced a pattern of recurring inappetence which prompted some extra medical attention. Our vets have concluded that she is a cat with a sensitive GI system which can be affected by stress. Yunas future family should be prepared for the possibility of frequent veterinary visits if she experiences patterns of inappetence in her adoptive house, and should be mindful of how much she is eating and whether she is having regular bowel movements. 

Even though she is 10 years old, Yuna still acts like a kitten sometimes - she loves playing with feather-wands, chasing laser pointers, and she will even give you a sweeet kiss on the nose from time to time! This stunning older girl is looking for a quiet home without other pets where she can spend her golden years bathing in the glow of a sunny window or snuggling in a warm lap! If youre willing to give this staff-favorite a second chance at a furrever home, ask a Cattery Tech to meet her!

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