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In shelter Cat

Reston, VA, 20191
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An approved adoption application is required to meet me in my foster home -- fill out an application today! Our mailing address is Reston, VA and our cats fostered in NoVA and DC homes.
Washington, D.C.- Suburban Virginia/Maryland Area inquiries only, please!

Speckles is a fun loving orange spotted Manx who cant wait to play! (Manx cats are best known for their very short tails and they originally come from the Isle of Man, near Great Britain.)

Speckles loves toys with bells, jumping and chasing after them. He likes to climb around the cat tree and watch the world outside. He loves to play with his brother, Killian. They snuggle together but also readily snuggle with the other cats in their foster home. Their favorite treat is any flavor of licky tube - they will be your best friend if you give them that treat! Speckles and Killian are closely bonded, and these two handsome orange boys

need to be adopted together.

You can learn more about Killian here.

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The Feline Foundation of Greater Washington Inc.

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