Queenie, 3 years, is a beautiful lady with thick short brown tiger fur. She was dumped at a local farm stand and ended up wandering into a shelter volunteer's backyard nearby. She was so frightened that it took her several weeks to become desperate enough to allow herself to be caught. After being in the volunteer's home for a few days, Queenie became extremely affectionate, seeking attention and chin rubs. Queenie is a big cat. She has all her vet work complete, is spayed, vaccinated, is leukemia negative and has a microchip. She likes the dogs in her foster home, but not the two resident cats. She definitely needs to be the one and only "Queenie" cat. The adoption fee is $150. All cats are placed as inside only pets. For more information on Queenie, contact her foster mom at firstname.lastname@example.org .
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