Willow was abandoned outside the shelter in a budweiser box. She was lucky a HOPE member was there to rescue them. Willow was adopted, and then her adopter had some health issues and had to return her. She is sweet, lovable, and affectionate. Please note all HOPE cats are fixed, vaccinated, tested for feline leukemia and feline aids, are treated for internal and external parasites, and are microchipped. If interested please call (617) 697-5645 or send an email to email@example.com
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