I'm being cared for by: Brigid's Crossing Foundation
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Facts about Leah
Breed: Domestic Shorthair
Color: Black (All)
already spayed and up to date with shots.
I am already spayed and up to date with shots.
Leah is an adorable black female with amber eyes. She has short fur and is about six years old. Leah is a little darling! She is independent, but very friendly. Leah loves to be petted and picked up and held and cuddled. She is extremely affectionate when she gets to know you. She hangs out by herself, but gets along with other kitties when she is around them, so would do well in either a multi-cat household or in a home where she is the only kitty. She will love you all the same. She is a sweet companion
Brigid's Crossing Foundation is a unique, non-profit, cat rescue & healing sanctuary in Naples, Florida. We are a no-cage, no-kill, nature-oriented center. We are focused on the rescue and care of homeless, sick and abandoned animals while teaching about the path of service and the ways in which it enhances life.
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Brigid's Crossing Foundation
PO Box 366955
Bonita Springs, FL 34136
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Due to the unique nature of our sanctuary we ask that you please call to set up an adoption appointment. 239-591-8425 M-F 9:00- 5:00 413-530-4187 after hours/weekends/holidays
Our Adoption Process...
When you donate funds, volunteer or adopt an animal from us you support a greater concept of respect and humane treatment of animals. You also support an ongoing study and practice of balance and unity between the earth, the animals, the people and the world at large.
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