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Mhysa (pronounced "Meesa") is a young sleek female who is small and dainty in stature, and sweet in personality. She was being fed by a caring realtor whose listing was in a tough neighborhood. He had fed her each time he visited and she seemed to always be waiting around the house and happy to get a meal, but he was concerned about what would happen to her when he sold the house.
When her foster home rescued her and took her in, Mhysa quickly adjusted quickly to the 5 other adult cats ranging in age from 2 and 20. She especially enjoyed playing with the youngest one. Within less than a week of being indoors for the first time she adjusted well to scratching posts, playing with toy mice and catnip, sleeping in soft cat beds, and regular, good meals.
Mhysa is young and playful and quickly adapts to her environment. While she may have had a tough beginning outdoors, she is calm in nature, has a silky soft coat, likes being pet and scratched and deserves a loving home. Mhysa is about 7 months old as of May 2016.
You can meet this wonderful kitty by appointment with an approved application.
You can fill out an application for Mhysa at the Pembroke Pines Petsmart or go to www.adoptastray.ws/applications/ to fill out an application online or print and fax one to (954) 965-0406.
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