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Meet Fluffball, She found herself homeless and expecting. She was brought inside and had kittens. She is learning to live a good life inside now. She is very affectionate once she gets to know you. She is extremely shy. She will run and hide until she really gets to know you. Once she befriends you, you will have a mate for life. She does best when she is with her foster sister, Princess. They seem to read off each other, which is giving Fluffball more confidence in meeting people. If you can give her(or both) the time she needs to get use to you, she will give you her entire life and all the attention you can imagine.
If you would like to meet this cat, please fill out an application at http://rescued-treasures.com/cat-application/. If you do not hear from our volunteers within 2 days, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Before applying for this cat, please think the decision over thoroughly and make sure the whole family is in agreement. Owning a cat is a huge responsibility that is not something that should be rushed into. Each cat from Rescued Treasures has been saved from an uncertain future. If you are thinking about adopting, please remember it is a LIFE-LONG commitment. Cats can live to be at least 14 years old...are you ready to take care of him/her that long?
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