Serina is a serene black beauty! This petite girl was surrendered to animal control downstate when her owner became ill and could no longer care for her. Born in 2011, Serina was rescued by the Angelina Foundation and brought to Heartland in April 2016. She is a bit shy at first, but loves attention from volunteers, staff and visitors. We don't know much about Serina's past except that she had two kittens who unfortunately passed away. If you have a quiet home, a loving heart and soft comfy spots for napping, please consider adopting Serina.
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