My name is Olivia!

Domestic Shorthair Cat for adoption in Largo, Florida - Olivia
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SPCA Tampa Bay

Facts about Olivia

  • Breed: Domestic Shorthair
  • Color: Black (All)
  • Age: Adult
  • Sex: Female
  • ID#: 33044113
  • Hair: Unknown
Hi!! My name is Olivia but my foster mom usually just calls me Momma Cat! She says that I am the coolest cat EVER!! My foster mom says the very first thing that I need to tell you about myself is that I LOVE to play fetch. Yes, a dog! It took her a while to figure out what I was doing when I would carry around my little toy mouse and just meow and meow. I'm so glad she figured it out because I really love to play. I will bring it right back to you and drop it for you to throw it again! Sometimes I put it right in your hand. In fact she sent 2 mice with me when I came back to the SPCA just to make sure that you would know which kind to look for at the store in case we wear these out!

I'm sure you are wondering how I ended up at the SPCA. You see I used to live at a house that had lots and lots of cats. I think I heard the people say that there were 27 of us taken out of the house. I had 3 kittens with me so I went into foster care through the SPCA until my babies where big enough to be adopted. I stayed there with my foster dog sister and foster dog brother. I got along great with them. I would rub up against them to show them how much I liked them. I also had a foster cat brother and foster cat sister. I didn't really get along great with them. We didn't fight a lot but we didn't really care for each other and just avoided each other. Maybe it was just a personality conflict.

My foster mom says that I am just the sweetest little thing - I only weigh 6 pounds. She says that great things come in small packages. I love to have ear rubs and chin scratches and I love to sit next to people and sit on people. I also like belly rubs. She tells me that whoever adopts me will be a very lucky person to have such a great girl like me. I know she was sad to see me leave foster care because of all of the kisses she gave me and she kept telling me how much she was going to miss me but that she just knew I would find a wonderful, loving family. Are you my new wonderful, loving family?

I am litter box trained and I love to eat and I love treats. You know what else I like? I like cheese. So far I've tried American cheese and Swiss cheese. They are both wonderful to me!

Are you my furrever person? Can we play fetch everyday? I will be your best friend - will you be mine?

Well stop standing there and go get the paperwork done. We have games to play and I'm in need of some chin scratches.

About SPCA Tampa Bay

About Our Shelter...

Our Mission:
To be the community leader in animal advocacy by preventing cruelty, promoting humane care and reducing pet overpopulation.

Scheduled Admissions: We are open six days a week. We admit all owned pets, and sick/injured strays.

Largest Pet Adoption Facility in Tampa Bay: We adopt out canines and felines, rabbits, birds, ferrets AND pocket pets ~ guinea pigs, hamsters, mice and rats.

5-Acre Farm Animal Sanctuary: Take a ‘Share Our Shelter’ tour and feed the goats, cow, horse and donkey! All are permanent SPCA Tampa Bay residents.

More Rehabilitation, More Saved Lives: We treat broken bones, skin and ear infections, heartworms, and more.

Extensive Behavior Training: We teach volunteers, adopters, the public and other animal shelter personnel so that they can train the animals.

Proactive Animal Cruelty Investigation: Every call reporting a suspected animal cruelty is acted on.. We handle more than 1,500 investigations/reinvestigations each year.

Abuse Prevention Training: We develop and deliver programs for Middle/High School students, social workers and law enforcement professionals.

Disaster Response/Animal Recovery: We work with the Humane Society of the United States to deploy Bay Area Disaster Animal Response Team (DART) volunteers after disasters strike.

Education & Dispute Resolution: We work with high risk youth through the 6th Judicial Circuit Court’s Juvenile Diversion Program.

Pet Care Seminars: Our annual series of seminars has been available to the public since 1995.

Life & Legacy Planning: We began offering informative estate planning seminars with pets in mind more than ten years ago.

Continuing Education (CEU) Programs for Professionals: We offer a variety of continuing education workshops for educators, animal shelter and veterinary personnel, animal-related business owners and financial planning professionals.

SPCA Tampa Bay is a 501 (c) (3) non-profit organization that relies on philanthropic gifts from individual donors. The organization does not receive any State or Federal tax dollars. Your philanthropic support plays an essential role in ensuring that homeless pets receive humane care.

Come Meet Our Pets...

9099 130th Ave N in Largo
(Just south of the Ulmerton & Starkey Roads intersection)

For Animal Emergencies: call 727-586-3591.
After Hours, follow the message prompts.

Tuesday - Friday: 1pm to 7pm
Saturday: 10am to 6pm
Sunday: 1pm to 5pm
Closed on Mondays

Our Adoption Process...

Your Adoption Fee Includes:
Spay/Neuter Surgery
Current Vaccines, Deworming, Heartworm (dogs) & Feline Leukemia exams
County License (Pinellas County Residents only)
Microchip and tattoo in ear for identification
30-day Free Pet Health Insurance
Discounted obedience training
A friend for life! (priceless)