*SPECIAL ADOPTION FEE!* - If you have proof of active duty military service, veteran status, or are a senior citizen over the age of 60, then Dominique's adoption fee is sponsored by a private donor upon application approval.
Meet Dominique! Dominique is a beautiful, black female cat & approximately 4 years old. She was surrendered to P&P after her owner was put in a nursing home and she was found barely alive after 2 months of being alone in her previous owner's home. She came to P&P in early February and has been living with them ever since.
Here is what they had to say about sweet little Dominique: Every morning, we wake up to find Dominique curled up between us in bed and as soon as we get up, she proceeds to follow us around the house. She loves attention! However, she loves attention so much that she gets very jealous around other cats. For this reason, she needs to go to a home where she can be the only cat. She has not been around dogs, but we can assume that she needs to be the solo pet regardless. She loves to be pet and is very lovable. She also gets very excited for treats and wet food. Her favorite toys have feathers on them and she will meow and carry them across the house! She is a wonderful cat & will bring sunshine to your life!
If you are looking for that perfect companion to spend days lounging next to you on the bed or on the couch, then Dominique is the right fit for you! Won't you please be her wish come true?
If you are interested, please fill out a no obligations adoption application. Her adoption fee is $60 and she is spayed, up-to-date on vaccines, dewormed, and flea-treated.
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