Meow, meow! My name is Delhi and I'm an adult (DOB 6/10/12) domestic long hair orange girl who was abandoned at a vet clinic before Wild Blue came to my rescue. Because I had become very depressed while at the clinic, I had stopped grooming my fur, and they shaved me just before I was taken into foster care. My silky fur has now mostly grown out and I have adjusted well into a happy, friendly kitty ready for a forever home. My foster family says, "Although Delhi would probably be happiest as only cat, she has gotten along with the cats in our foster home although her attempts to play by jumping out from around corners at them has not gone as well as she would have liked with a couple of them. She has never met a dog so probably should not go to a home with a dog since the barking she heard at the vet clinic frightened her." If you would like to meet me, please contact Wild Blue to set up an appointment. Also, if you would like to get pre-approved to adopt, please go to the Wild Blue Website (www.wbars.org) and submit an online application. When adopting a Wild Blue adult cat it will be current on vaccinations, it will be spay/neutered, and micro-chipped.
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