Phoenix was trapped and taken to the local shelter. She was on death row and about to be euthanized when the workers saw her tipped ear! It saved her life with seconds to spare. She is named Phoenix because she was so close to death and nearly rose from the dead. She's very affectionate and gets along well with other cats.
Phoenix was born sometime between 2013 - 2014.
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