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Honey is one of the rare orange tabby females (85% of orange cats are male). She is light orange with dark red stripes that end in a circle. Absolutey gorgeous. Honey was rescued when she was found running from a burning building. Since her caretaker (if she had one) couldn't be found, Adopt a Stray stepped in to help find her a home. She's quite young probably born about August 2015.
She is a sweet girl who lives up to her name. She loves to be petted and will roll on her side to show you how much she is enjoying your touch.
You can meet this wonderful kitty at the Pembroke Pines Petsmart where she is currently living.
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