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My name is Charlotte Mae!
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Domestic Mediumhair
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Small red x Not good with dogs
Small red x Not good with cats
Small blue checkmark Shots current
Small blue checkmark Has special needs

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Charlotte Mae resides with her foster Mom. Please contact her with questions or to request an application

Please note that Charlotte Mae is diabetic. Successful candidates for adoption must have experience administering insulin. She also needs to have her blood sugar checked on a regular basis to make sure she is on the right dosage. Charlotte also occasionally has stomach issues, but a Cerenia pill once a month or so seems to keep it under control.

Charlotte Mae is a fun, quirky girl who doesn't let diabetes stand in her way! She likes to do things in her own way, and won't hesitate to let you know if you're doing things wrong, such as trimming her nails or touching her belly.

Charlotte enjoys the company of her person. She lives with other cats, but does not particularly like them - they make her very nervous. She would thrive best in a fairly quiet home with no young children or dogs.

**All Shelter to Home animals are fully vetted per their age. We believe in pediatric spay and neuter. All animals will be spayed or neutered, tested for FIV/FeLV or heartworm, given age-appropriate boosters and rabies, dewormed, flea treated, and anything extra that is needed to give this animal a wonderful forever life in a permanent home. Adoption fees are usually $50 for cats and between $150-$250 for dogs, unless the pet is sponsored or we are running a promotion. Please visit our website at for information on our adoption process.**October 4, 2022, 3:49 pm


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Wyandotte, MI 48192

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Our mission is to save animals from shelters in our community by placing them into foster care until permanent homes are found, and to create sustainable solutions to achieve a no kill community.