Formerly Junior, now June Bug when we found out she was a girl! She was part of a multi-cat household and not doing well. She is a real sweetheart and full of love and has blossomed in foster care. Please consider making her a part of your family. She has been cleared by the vet for adoption and is spayed, tested for parasites, feline leukemia and aids, and is up-to-date on her vaccines. If interested, please email Jennifer at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 321-321-697-5645.
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