Stubby is an adorable orange girl who had to have her tail amputated, hence her name, Stubby. But she doesn't let it get her down. Stubby was quite the shy and scared girl initially (and who can blame her?!), but she is coming around nicely due to some special TLC from one of our cat volunteers. Stubby now likes to get out of her cage for some quality cuddle time. She enjoys being held, pet, and loved on. Stubby is still a little on the shy side, so we think she will likely do best in a quieter, lower energy level home. Stubby loves treats and may take a notion to play too if you give her a fun new toy to play with. Stubby needs a loving family who is willing to give her some time to feel comfortable in her new home. You must come meet this adorable ginger gal. She might just charm her way into your heart and home.
It is an $85 adoption fee to adopt a cat or kitten and includes spay/neuter, FIV testing, Feline Leukemia testing, Heartworm testing, de-wormer, rabies, microchip, and a general health exam. No profit is generated from the adoption fee.
Adoption applications can be filled out online at: http://www.inapl.org/adoption-application.html
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The Animal Protection League shelter is located at 613 Dewey Street, Anderson, IN 46016
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