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Here's My Story: Hi, I'm Lily. My estimated date of birth is 5.18.2003. I'm friendly with cats and adults. I'm a special kitty because I'm relaxed and easy going. After 13 years in a home I found myself homeless when my former owner abandoned me in a parking lot. I was so scared and hungry, but a nice woman saw me and rescued me. I got the vet care I needed and I'm feeling so much healthier and happy to be safe. I live with another kitty and do well too. Now all I need is a fur-ever home to call my own that will commit to me in senior years. I'm just 13, so I could live for many more years! Could it be with you? Complete an adoption application at: http://petprojectrescue.com/adopt/adoption-application/
**Lily has had fully vetted, bloodwork xrays and an ultrasound to assure she is a healthy senior kitty with lots of life left to share with a forever family**
LET'S MEET! If you plan to meet with this pet, please email Pet Project Rescue at Theresa@petprojectrescue.com ahead of time to verify that the animal will be present at our scheduled event. Visit www.petprojectrescue.com for a full list of event dates!
ADOPTION FEE: All of our cats are spayed/neutered, vaccinated, Feline Leukemia/FIV tested, de-parasited & micro-chipped before being adopted out. Pet Project Rescue cats must remain indoor cats at all times, and we have a no declaw policy.You choose your adoption fee (includes the required MN sales tax). All applicants must meet our adoptable cats in person. We do not ship any of our animals to adopters. Please plan accordingly to pay for the adoption fee with a credit or debit card online. Thank you and please contact us with any questions.
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