Sweet. beautiful Mimi is accustomed to living in a loving home with another cat, but unfortunately her owner couldn't keep her any more for reasons that had nothing to do with her. She's a small Domestic Short Hair mix with soft, fluffy fur in gorgeous black and white. She has tuxedo coloring with a cute little splash of white around her mouth. She's declawed, so she needs to be an inside-only cat, since she couldn't defend herself when outside. She's probably about 8 or 9 years old and needs a soft-foot diet. She's loving, sweet and funny -- she's been known to sit in the sink (with permission) to get a drink of water! She's already spayed, microchipped and up to date on her shots, and ready to go home with you today. If you're looking for a sweet kitty who already knows how to be a wonderful indoor cat, please come see Mimi!
The adoption fee helps in covering the medical treatment that has been completed. This includes the cost of the spay or neuter, testing for HW, HW preventative, rabies vaccination, wormings, annual vaccination, and flea and tick treatments. If you are interested in adopting this pet, first visit our home page, www.nassauhumanesociety.com to complete the adoption application, view hours of operation, see other pets available or just to get directions to the shelter. You can email or fax the application to the shelter. If you have other questions you can call the shelter at 904-321-1647 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. We cannot hold a pet for adoption; therefore if you plan on traveling to the shelter please call before you leave to assure the pet you are traveling to see will be there. Some of our pets are in a foster care home with a volunteer and if you wish to meet those pets an appointment will need to be made. Thank you for considering one of our shelter pets for adoption.
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