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Slate and Shadow   

In shelter Cat

blairsville, PA, 15717
Pet name:
Slate and Shadow
Domestic Short Hair
Tabby (Brown / Chocolate)
Coat length:
Meet Slate & Shadow! They are brothers, the silver tabby is Slate, the brown tabby is Shadow. Slate absolutely loves attention, Shadow is very timid and skittish and will take time and patience to be able to pet. They love each other however and are very bonded. 

It’s best to adopt kittens in pairs. I’m not just trying to adopt more kittens, well I am but that’s not the main reason I say this—Google it!  It’s much better to have two kittens than one. And we will even give you a deal on the adoption fee.  

All cats and kittens in the rescue are spayed or neutered, tested for feline leukemia and feline immunodeficiency virus, and up to date on vaccines prior to adoption.

Most Birthdates are estimated. 

If you are seeing this pet they are available for adoption. We do not allow meet and greets until an application is submitted and approved.

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