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Sakura   

In shelter Cat

Hamilton, ON, L8G 2G2
Pet name:
Sakura
Gender:
Female
Breeds:
Torbie
Date:
08/23/2022
Size:
Small
Age:
Baby
Description:
Meet Sakura!
14 weeks Spayed/Female

A truly stunning tabby/tortie mix with a beautiful ticked tabby coat peppered with splashes of bold, bright orange, Sakura is a little shy at first, but quickly blossoms out of her shell. Just a few short weeks ago, Sakura, who was born outdoors, was very scared of people, but now she enjoys being petted and cuddled softly, and she sure has a great purring motor! An ideal fit for a more mature family home, Sakura would do well with older kids or adults, and she would be happiest to join a family that already has a fun and friendly cat that she can befriend and bond with. Curious and playful, beautiful and as sweet as can be, this gentle natured little gem just needs a family who can spoil and pamper her - shes well on her way to being a wonderful little cuddle cat, and will continue to bloom into her delightful purrsonality once she gets all settled in and soaking up the snuggles!

Sakura has been vet checked and vaccinated, treated for routine parasites and has been spayed.
AN adoption fee of $175 applies.  

Submit your adoption application today at http://priderescue.ca/ to start the adoption process!

Location


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