JUN 10, 2016:
Molly came to our shelter as a half-grown kitten in 2012 and she is still waiting for her special someone to walk through the door and choose HER.
Molly's face is more flat than pointed which causes her to have the typical runny eyes associated with that facial feature. Over time, she has developed scar tissue in her tear ducts so she would like a home with someone who will wipe her eyes as needed.
In 2015, Molly developed dental problems and had most of her teeth pulled. She healed well and can eat dry food with no trouble.
Molly is a quiet gentle cat who likes nothing better than to sit and watch the world go by. She gets along with the other cats in her room and is good with respectful older children.
VOLUNTEERS and DONATIONS NEEDED. Visit our website for more info http://nelsonspca.org
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