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In shelter Cat

Crossville, TN, 38571
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MILA is about 2 to 3 years old. She is a shorthaired tortoiseshell female cat, which means blended black and orange markings only. Unfortunately, her young family is currently homeless and had to surrender her to the shelter at the beginning of August. They wanted to do the right thing by her and give her a chance to find a loving, permanent home with a person or people who can adequately care for her. She is delightfully sweet and feminine and has already shown the other cats in the adoption center that she is no threat to them. She does still have to be spayed before she can go home with you. That procedure will be scheduled once she is adopted. To meet her in person, CALL the shelter to schedule an adoption appointment. Staff can explain the adoption procedures and fees when you call. The shelter does require EXACT change in the form of cash or a check. The shelter is UNABLA to accept credit or debit. So, please go prepared!

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