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My name is Marley!

Domestic Shorthair Cat for adoption in Mt Rainier, Maryland - Marley
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For Adoption By Private Owner (Mt Rainier, MD)

Adoption fee: $30
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Facts about Marley

  • Breed: Domestic Shorthair
  • Color: Brown Tabby
  • Age: Young
  • Sex: Female
  • ID#: 297
  • Hair: Short


Marley was rescued from a house with fighting dogs and had a bit of a rough start. She is territorial and can bite when overstimulated, so will do best in a home with no other cats or small kids.



Reason
Marley is a beautiful spotted tabby girl with white neck and belly markings that make her look like she's wearing a bandanna. We took her in when she showed up on our porch!



Adjectives that describe your pet:
Sweet, inquisitive, playful, couch potato, loves to eat, territorial



Best Qualities
Marley loves to play and cuddle, she will happily sleep in your lap or chest, and loves to groom your face and give you kisses. She loves to sleep with her human at night and is very loving.



Favorite Activities
Marley LOVES to play with toys that are shaped like cylinders. Her favorite toys are stuffed carrots or chilis, or stuffed sticks that she can bite and kick.



Commands or Tricks
Marley is a smart girl and knows her name, and will come when called.


Interested in Marley?

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  • This pet is available for adoption by a private owner.
  • A donation fee of $30 will be provided by the adopter and donated to help other pets in need.
  • To learn more about our rehoming program check out our Adopter FAQs page.

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