Anabel's a gorgeous, long-legged tabby with stunning markings. Like so many of LA’s homeless cats, she was tossed out on the street when her owner moved and left her behind . She spent several months fending for herself in south Los Angeles, until a Good Samaritan took her in, got her vetted and found her a foster home. She is very loving—and so happy to be safe indoors at last! Anabel gets along with cats and small dogs and would love to have a kitty buddy to play with, as well as a nice warm lap to snuggle up on. Sheis FeLV/FIV negative, spayed and current on her vaccinations.
To meet Anabel, contact her rescuer directly at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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