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My name is Gretta!

Domestic Shorthair Cat for adoption in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania - Gretta
Photo 1 - Domestic Shorthair Cat for adoption in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania - Gretta
Photo 2 - Domestic Shorthair Cat for adoption in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania - Gretta
Photo 3 - Domestic Shorthair Cat for adoption in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania - Gretta
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I'm being cared for by:
Animal Rescue League of Western PA

Facts about Gretta

  • Breed: Domestic Shorthair
  • Color: Brown Tabby
  • Age: Adult
  • Sex: Female
  • ID#: 30191173
  • Hair: Short
Gretta is a lovely tabby cat who came to us when her owners passed away. She is a bit nervous to start but will really blossom in a calm home with patience and love. Gretta is very attentive and always keeps an eye on her surroundings. She loves string toys and enjoys having pet time now and then. She needs a cat savvy owner who will give her the time and space she needs to get comfy in a new home and would prefer a home without young children. Gretta would be ok with other calm, respectful cats but definitely wouldn't mind being on her own either. She's a sweet and calm companion who is looking for someone to understand her. Could you be Gretta's forever family? Please come meet this gorgeous at the North Hills Petco or email kparis@animalrescue.org for more information on Gretta.

About Animal Rescue League of Western PA

About Our Shelter...

Mission Statement: The Animal Rescue League’s mission is to provide temporary shelter, food, medical attention, and comfort to all abandoned, neglected and injured animals brought to us by the community; to restore lost animals to their owners or seek new homes for them, and to educate the public about the humane care of animals with a goal of reducing overpopulation.

Come Meet Our Pets...

Most of our adoptable animals are available daily at out shelter. We also occasionally have events off-site. Check out website for more information.

Our Adoption Process...

Requirement for adoption include:
1. Having all members of the household meet the animal
2. Dog meet-and-greets at the shelter if there is another canine in the home
3. Proof that dogs are allowed in the home including a lease and/or addendum if renting or proof of ownership if the home is owned (ownership can also be checked using the county assessment site if available).