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In shelter Cat

Phoenix, AZ, 85028
Pet name:
Tabby (Brown / Chocolate)
Coat length:
Beautiful Ella was found as a stray in an office parking lot. She was adopted but returned after about a year as the family felt that she never quite settled in and was scared of her surroundings. Its true that Ella is a shy gal. She struggled to re-adjust to shelter life but is feeling much more comfortable now. Ella enjoys being out and about in the free-roam cat room and is social with other cats. She will accept gentle pets from her human pals and especially loves a good head scratch, and handful of Temptations treats. Ella likes cat naps in high-up places where she can chill out and survey the room. Ella is looking for a patient and quiet home that will love her just the way she is, shy gal and all.

Call 602-971-1334 to meet Ella at Home Fur Good rescue.

Ella is listed at two years old and weighs approximately six pounds. Her adoption fee is $85. All Home Fur Good cats are spayed/neutered, microchipped, dewormed, vaccinated appropriate for their age, tested for FIV/FELV and vet checked. Home Fur Good Animal Rescue is located at 10220 North 32nd Street, just south of Shea Blvd in Phoenix.


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