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Abby   

In shelter Cat

Palmyra, VA, 22963
Pet name:
Abby
Gender:
Female
Breeds:
Tuxedo
Date:
03/11/2014
Size:
Medium
Age:
Adult
Description:
PBS fans who love Downton Abbey just might adore a certain Downtown Abbey, ME!  Well, in the interest of accuracy I’m not a downtown girl but I did come from a country version of life on the mean streets.  I have adapted to the good life at the sanctuary far faster than anyone expected but I am still gently bashful and will be shy when first we meet.  My fur is impossibly soft and I’m cute as a bug from my sweet pink nose to my glossy black tail.  If you’re patient with me I’ll reward you with tiny little kisses, enthusiastic head bumps, and kneading paws; I might even break out into my joyous Abby dance or flop before you hoping for even more pets and caresses down my back.  I’m petite and demure, loving all fellow creatures both feline and human.  If you have room in your heart for a nattily dressed, warmhearted little girl who has all the makings of a devout and loyal lifelong companion, I’d love to meet you and get our friendship started.

DOB:  2012  
Arrival:  November 9, 2013 
History:  Abby was trapped at the end of the CFC driveway where she had been living with a colony of cats.

Location


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