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My name is Meow-Na-Lisa!

Domestic Shorthair Cat for adoption in Wyandotte, Michigan - Meow-Na-Lisa
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Shelter to Home

Facts about Meow-Na-Lisa

  • Breed: Domestic Shorthair
  • Color: Brown Tabby
  • Age: Adult
  • Sex: Female
  • Hair: Short
My name is Meow and I am around four years old. I have been in rescue almost 3 years now. When I first got here, I didn't have hardly any hair. I was so nervous that I was over-rooming myself as a source of comfort. My hair grew in slowly as I became less afraid in my foster home. My tail looked really funny for a couple of years, but my fur there has finally grown in to look good.
It took me a long time to feel comfortable in my foster home, and I am still very timid around people.
I would do best in a quieter home without too much chaos.
Once I am comfortable with my new home, I will sit on your lap, and maybe even lay next to you in bed. I like to be pet and to get cheek scratches. I have a nice purr. Sometimes I will even get into your lap and knead your legs. I do not enjoy being held or feeling confined. I like to take things slowly, and on my schedule so please be patient with me. I can be pretty chatty when I think it is dinner-time :)

I like to play with small toys like plastic springs and stuffed mice. Those big toys on a stick scare me. I also really like playing with a couple of the other cats in my foster home, so I wouldn't mind if you have other cats.
When I was in the animal impound I was very scared and lost most of my hair due to stress. My foster mom said I looked funny with a bare bottom, but now I am starting to look really beautiful!
I really hope a family will see past my initial shyness and adopt me into my forever home.


Adoption Donation is $100.

Contact Foster Mom Judy at jrock0828@yahoo.com for an application today! We pride ourselves in contact with potential adopters within 24 hours so you won't be left waiting!!

All Shelter to Home animals are fully vetted per their age. All animals will be spayed or neutered, tested for FIV/FeLV, given age appropriate boosters and rabies, dewormed, flea treated, and anything extra that is needed to give them a wonderful forever life in a permanent home.

About Shelter to Home

About Our Shelter...

Goals:
· To find loving and permanent homes for adoptable animals from shelter/pound facilities

· To further reduce the unnecessary euthanasia of healthy, adoptable animals in shelter/pound facilities

· To further reduce the overpopulation of animals in the Downriver area by assisting in the rescue and placement of impounded animals

· To inform and educate citizens about responsible, humane treatment of companion pets and the importance of spay/neuter procedures, programs and policies

Come Meet Our Pets...

See our website for updated information on upcoming adoption events: www.sheltertohome.com

Our Adoption Process...

CATS: We ensure that each cat rescued by Shelter to Home, Inc. has received up to date and proper vet care. Adoption donation’s include, age—appropriate veterinary care, such as: feline leukemia test, rabies vaccine, distemper vaccine, worming, flea prevention, and spay/neuter (other vet care as needed). Adult cats and kittens range from $100-$125 depending on the vet care provided.

DOGS: We ensure that each dog rescued by Shelter to Home, Inc. has received up to date and proper vet care. Adoption donation's include age—appropriate veterinary care, such as: heartworm/parvo testing, rabies vaccine, DHLPPC vaccine, Bordetella vaccine, worming, flea prevention, spay/neuter (other vet care as needed). Adult dogs and puppies range from $175- $250 depending on the vet care provided.