I'm being cared for by: Cherokee County Animal Shelter
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Facts about Bagsy
Breed: Domestic Shorthair
I am already spayed.
Hi, my name is Bagsy, I was brought to the shelter on July 26th by my owner because I was part of an Unwanted litter. A bit about me, I am not a fan of other cats at all! I prefer to be the only furry animal. I would be a great inside/outside cat, but if I were to be adopted, I would prefer a house with no children. I am just too nervous around too much bother~ I guess I also don't trust too easily since my owner left me~ I do love people, but I just do not like to be snuggled.
If you are interested in adopting me, please see a staff member.
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