Meet Donna, a sleek 1-year-old female black cat. Donna and her littermates were found outside as kittens and were very timid around people. Luckily they ended up in a wonderful foster home who taught them to be care-free kittens. Donna loves to play with her cat friends and would do best if she was adopted with another cat to help her feel confident. Although Donna's still shy at first with strangers, her foster mom says she's an attention hog and will plop herself right in her lap so she can be the center of attention. She's currently staying in a loving foster home where she's soaking up all of the attention. If you would like to meet Donna, please contact our Adoption Department at firstname.lastname@example.org. You'll be glad you did!
Donna tested positive for Feline Leukemia. When kept indoors, an FeLV-positive cat can live a happy life like any other feline. She is currently living in a volunteer foster home and is available for adoption from foster care. Our staff would be happy to speak with you about FeLV and Donna’s long-term needs.
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