Phoebe is an awesome cat who's known as a Turkish Van because of her markings. She loves to lap sit and cuddle while I'm watching TV or reading the newspaper with one arm curled around her. She's very friendly, and she's never shown a moment of aggression -- such as clawing or biting -- toward me. Thank goodness Castaway Critters was able to rescue her from a high kill shelter!
She gets along fine with other cats, although she's never buddied up with another housemate. What she really likes are people!
Phoebe is spayed, up-to-date on her shots, and microchipped and has tested negative for feline leukemia and FIV. For more information about this lovable girl, contact her foster mom Annette (that's me) in Harrisburg at firstname.lastname@example.org. Or, to start the adoption process, complete an adoption application that's available on our website.
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