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In shelter Cat

Cincinnati, OH, 45227
Pet name:
Domestic Short Hair
Coat length:
For inquiries contact Information and application are at

To say that our Dunebug is special would truly be an understatement! 
Not only did she travel to us from another rescue facility in West Virginia that was not equipped to handle her medical needs, but after all she has been through at such a young age, this girl is a doll. We learned that Dunebug had suffered a hip fracture after being hit by a car and required surgery. The period of time from surgery, therapy, rehabilitation, and acclimation with us has been several months, and we are so happy to say that after everything, our little trooper is ready for a forever home. 

Dunebug received clearance from her surgeon and physical therapist to be assimilated into one of our rooms and she is truly thriving. She greets our volunteers at the door, loves her canned food treats, and like other cats her age loves to engage in playtime. Our pretty calico is friendly but just a bit reserved. She does not like her back end to be pet, since she may be overly cautious and protective. She would do well in a home with other cats, but with low activity, so she can set her own pace. Dunebug is as cute as a bug in a rug!
DOB 2021

Cat adoption information  and application can be found at
All cats and kittens have been vet-checked, spayed/neutered, and are up-to-date on vaccinations.   Adoption fee includes carrier, scratching pad, starter pack of food and litter, and toy.  We prefer kittens be adopted in pairs.  We offer free advice anytime about your adopted cat.  If, for any reason, it doesnt work out, we will take the cat back, anytime in the future.  Potential adopters must be interviewed in person, at the shelter, and live within 150 miles of Cincinnati. We will ask you to return to the shelter for a second visit to be sure of your decision. Sorry, we do not ship our cats or kittens! Please email Jean at for more info. on adopting!


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