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Adorable Abby   

In shelter Cat

Randolph, MA, 02368
Pet name:
Adorable Abby
Lilac Point
Meet adorable Abby! This sweet kitty comes to us from Puerto Rico. She is 6 months old, spayed, vaccinated and FIV/FeLV negative. 

Abby was born with a congenital eye deformity causing her to be almost completely blind. She can see some shadows and light but predominantly relies on her other senses. She is extremely sweet loves to snuggle and is quite a rambunctious kitten. Abby loves people and adores being held and getting her belly rubbed. She takes a little time to warm up with other cats but once comfortable she loves to play with the other kitten she is being fostered with. Abby would do best in a quiet well lit home without children as loud noises can startle her. She will need periodic exams at an eye doctor as she is at higher risk for infections and long term eye conditions. 

She is being fostered in Bolton, Ma. An approved application is required before meeting her.

Our application can be found on our website on the available cats page. Please check spam and texts as several of our responses don’t go through. We do our best to respond to all but due to the number of inquiries we may not be able to get back to everyone. If truly interested please submit an application and ensure all fields are filled out.

Thank You!


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