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In shelter Cat

Bear, DE, 19701
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Jill is a beautiful tortoiseshell cat whose beauty will take your breath away. She would do best in a home with at least one other cat, as she loves the companionship of her foster sibling who has helped to bring her out of her shell. She also gets along amazingly with dogs and even guinea pigs. Jill has a shy and timid personality but is curious and playful beyond words. Once she warms up to her new environment she will become your little shadow. She loves to follow her foster mom around the house and always has to know what is going on. Bring out a cat toy and she will make an appearance from wherever she is in the house. Her favorite hobbies include looking out the window for birds, climbing cat scratchers and cat trees, and playing with her favorite toys. Jill may not be a lap cat quite yet, but she has made tremendous strides so far. She would make a beautiful addition to any cat friendly home who is willing to continue being patient and working to teach her that people are not scary. 
Jill has been spayed, vaccinated for FVRCP and rabies, flea and worm treated and is negative for feline leukemia and FIV.

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