This stunning beauty-marked girl is named Monroe (because of her gorgeous beauty mark of course)! She is around 8-10 years old and was surrendered to a Philadelphia shelter because her owners were moving and could not bring her along. She quickly became a staff favorite, but was having a hard time catching the eye of potential forever homes while in the shelter so City of Elderly Love stepped in to help!
Monroe is estimated to be around 8-10 years old and has lots of energy and personality! She LOVES to meet new people, enjoys chit chatting, and will do a little dance when having her back scratched. Unfortunately, Monroe has been adopted and returned to the rescue a couple times due to her adopters' allergies and also because of some litter box issues due to the stress of settling into a new environment. The good news is that Monroe has always been a happy, litter box-using girl while with the rescue so once over the adjustment period of settling in with her new family, it should be a nonissue. She just needs a committed and stable home where she'll be given the chance to feel like a member of the family! Because she is otherwise such an easy-going girl, she would likely do well in a home with kids. She gets along great with other cats and recently lived with a large dog with whom she got along with great! Monroe is quite the catch - besides being very social, she is also as healthy as can be! Don't miss your shot at adopting this amazing cat!
Monroe is currently residing in our Cat Adoption Center at Dog Town, New Britain! Stop by any day to meet her at 421 Town Center, New Britain, PA 18901!
Monroe is available for adoption through City of Elderly Love! She is already spayed, vaccinated, and microchipped. She is also FIV & FeLV negative. Interested in adopting her? Visit www.cityofelderlylove.org to complete an online adoption questionnaire or email us at email@example.com!
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