Meet Sagittarius, a young calico/tabby mix with a sleek, slender body and a disposition as sweet as they come. Once she gets to know you, she really pours on the love, and is a wonderful addition to any family that already has a cat or two.
The more time she’s spent meeting new people, the more this charmer has come out of her shell and shown how loving and adaptable she is! Sagittarius is an 8 month old tabby/calico female that gets along great with other cats and would do well in an adult home with no children or dogs.
One great thing about her is that she’s a wonderful playmate for other cats, and genuinely just wants to be loved and part of a family. Easy going and interested in her environment, she’ll play or hang out all the same, whatever the situation calls for.
This sleek and spotty little girl was trapped as a baby and brought to the kill shelter, and has been a bit shy ever since. She was rescued just in time, and brought into a foster home to readjust to normal life and get ready to meet her forever family.
Sagittarius has some classic calico personality traits and loves to play and engage with other cats. Though she’s been through some rough times, she has a heart of gold and her shyness is her only testament to the close call she had before. She’s ready for love!
SNAP recommends Sagittarius as perfect in a home with one or two other cats.
Like all SNAP pets Sagittarius is spayed, up to date on shots and vaccinations, and microchipped. And ready to meet you at our adoption center at the Howell Mill Road PetSmart 7 days a week during normal store hours.
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