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In shelter Cat

Princess Anne, MD, 21853
Pet name:
Tabby (Buff / Tan / Fawn)
Coco is a brown tabby with beautiful tiger stripe markings. She and her sisters were abandoned in a field with their mama when they were only a few weeks old. They were lucky to find an animal lover near by who is fostering them until they find their forever home.
Coco is very social and she LOVES her foster sister who is a dog. The adult cats in the house are old and cranky so Coco has not been allowed to interact with them much but they have met a couple of times and Coco is curious and respectful.
Coco has been enjoying the safe and protected life of an inside kitten. She has never ever missed the litter box and she uses her scratching post like a good girl. She spends her days playing with her sisters and cat napping by the window in the sun. 
Coco has a very sweet personality and cheek scratches are her favorite. She loves to be cuddled and her adorable little purr lets you know how much she loves you ?spayed and UTD on shots
Coco is 14 weeks old and ready for her furever home.

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