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Eliza *older kitten*   

In shelter Cat

Culpeper, VA, 22701
Pet name:
Eliza *older kitten*
Meet Eliza! Eliza is a beautiful and unique Abbitab - a mix of Abyssinian ticking with a tabby tail - with colors of brown, oranges, and black. She is just about 6 months old. She was found last February as a young kitten in town, living with her brother, Toby under a shed. She and Toby are bonded and they must be adopted together. Adopt one, get one free.

Eliza is very curious and likes to come into the room to see what you are doing and rub up against you. She likes to be pet, but is not yet fond of being picked up. She is just deciding that she likes and can trust people. Brother Toby likes to watch from the sidelines, occasionally allowing to be pet. Toby loves a nice sunny spot on a climber to lounge and look out the window. They have been through a lot together and will need a patient, quiet, low activity home where they can bloom.

Both Eliza and Toby are spayed and neutered, have received 2 FVRCP vaccines, a rabies vaccine, tested negative for FIV and feline leukemia, and are microchipped with a lifetime registration. Interested? Questions? Please email us at or call 540.717.4420.

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