Annette, about 4 months old, was rescued by a HOPE volunteer on US1. She had been thrown from a car as a tiny kitten. Despite that horrific beginning she is sweetheart! What she wants most now is a furever home of her own. She has been spayed, received age-appropriate vaccines, tested for feline aids and feline leukemia, and microchipped. If you have room in your heart for one more, contact Jennifer at 617-697-5645 or email Mustloveshelterdogs@yahoo.com.
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