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In shelter Cat

Franklin, TN, 37069
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Hi everybody! My name is Ellie Gray and I am 18 months old and full of young love!! My foster mom laughed at me when we first met because I thought I would scare her and so I hissed at her. Of course she knows cats and knew I was just afraid and trying to act tough. She petted me anyway and I started rubbing all over her after that! She is really smart and she knew I was all talk (hiss hiss) and no action. Anyway...I am only skittish with quick movements, but I will get over that once I have a home to call my own. I am ok with cat friendly dogs, and other cats that are nice to me. My foster mom says I am a great cat and she wishes she could keep me, but she cant keep us all so she knows she needs to let me go and find someone that needs my special personality and love. Would you like to keep me??
If so please email Critter Cavalry Rescue at and mention where you livecity and state. They will get right back to you!
Our vetting is extensive: Spay, rabies, FIV vaccine, FIV tested and negative, fecal and dewormings and a Drontal and microchipped.
PLEASE NOTE: Our dogs and cats are fostered in Tennessee and can transport weekly up to the Northeast region. Request an application and learn more about Critter Cavalry at


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