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Hi! This is Ms. Kitty! She is a black DSH with beautiful green eyes. She was rescued from an apartment complex where she was getting beat up by neighborhood cats so we’re not sure her age, although the vets office puts her as born in 2012. When we first brought her in she had a broken tail, ripped off dewclaw, bite of the back of her neck, and a very large abscess at the base of her tail. Thankfully she is a fast healer and after a week of antibiotics she was healthy again! She up to date on vaccines and spayed.
She get along very well with dogs, as you can see in the picture. We have a large (113 pound) Great Dane/Rottweiler mix who has his moments of exuberance and it doesn’t bother her one bit. She is hesitant toward other cats however, due to her history but I’m sure she would adjust fine as long as it was an ease of transition.
She is also good with kids! She has become an indoor cat since we’ve had her and she’s adjusted fine, using the litter box and water fountain. Please let me know if you have any interest in her! She is a total sweetheart and deserves an amazing forever home with lots of toys and laps to cuddle with!
If interested in Ms. Kitty, please contact Rebecca at email@example.com
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