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Domestic Longhair kittens & cats in Frankenmuth, Michigan

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Barbie

Domestic Longhair Domestic Shorthair

Female, Adult
Frankenmuth, MI
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Not good with kids, Not good with dogs, Not good with cats, Needs special attention,
Story
This is Barbie! Due to an injury in her past, She currently has a handicap and am on the hunt for a family who can accommodate her handicap and allow her to live life to its fullest! Barbie LOOOOVES to talk, and always has something to say to her human friends! She enjoys getting pets more than anything else in this world, and ALWAYS wants you to pet her- and never stop! She loves catnip toys (yeowww bananas are her favorite) and love to bat at stick toys! She love to adventure around, even with her limp! She is a biiiiig fan of wet food and cat treats! She enjoys her fluffy cat beds, and loves to lay inside hidey holes! She enjoy being brushed, and loves to sit on your lap! But watch out, once she's in your lap, you're not allowed to get up! She will yell at you if you try!Barbie arrived to Pet Angel in August of 2023 with a broken hind leg from Genessee County Animal Control. They asked Pet Angel to take her because when She arrived to them with a broken leg, their vet believed she would need that leg amputated and GCAC believed Pet Angel would be more equipped to helping her go through leg amputation surgery. Upon arrival to Pet Angel, she went directly to Pet Angel's vet, who was able to save her leg! Which means, she didn't have to have it amputated! Instead, she had her leg put into a cast where it had to be completely straight as it healed, and was in that cast for a month! But she got to keep her leg, and that made the hassle of the cast all worth it! After the cast was removed from her leg, Barbie went through Physical Therapy at the vet to begin to use that leg again. At first, she didn't put any weight on the once-broken-leg at all, but with time, she began using it again! And that's where her handicap comes in. Right now, Barbie still limps, but does not allow it to limit her life! She jumps up high all the time- and we worry about her when she jumps down! As time goes on and her leg begins to heal, the limp may go away as she regains muscle in the leg. But also, there is a chance that she may have a permanent limp for the rest of her life. So, she is hoping to find a owner who will accept a cat with a limp, and will provide pet staircases in the home so she can still look out windows, lay on the couch, and sleep in bed with you! Barbie does not like other animals, and is looking for a home where she will be the only animal. Due to her handicap, she needs a home with either no children, or children over the age of 12. She is not a normal kitty, as she requires extra care permanently due to her limp. This extra care does not require medication or additional vet visits, just an investment into some pet staircase, a few accommodations made throughout the home, and understanding and compassion by her forever humans. Barbie is fixed, microchipped, up to date on all her shots, and negative for FIV/FELV. If you think you can accommodate a handicapped kitty like Barbie, please submit an application at https://petangeladoption.com/adopt-a-cat
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Hazel

Domestic Longhair Domestic Shorthair

Female, Adult
Frankenmuth, MI
Size
(when grown) -
Details
Spayed or Neutered,
Story
Hi, I'm Hazel! I was originally surrendered to Pet Angel in April of 2017. I was adopted that October and spent the next 6 years with my former owner until August of 2023, when he went into a nursing home and I couldn't go with him. I came back to Pet Angel and am now looking for my forever home to spend the rest of my life in. I am a quiet girl who enjoys hidey holes when people aren't around. When my human friends do come around, I like to crawl into their lap to get my chin scratched. Sometimes, I'll even roll over for a belly rub. I love soft places to lay, like fuzzy beds and warm hidey holes. I enjoy the occasional stick toy, and am a SUCKER for wet food and treats. That's how you'll get to hear me meow- by bringing out the good stuff! Since I have long fur, I need an owner who will brush me regularly. If I'm not brushed, my fur gets matted and that hurts me. I'm very good about being brushed, as long as you will do it! I would do best in a quiet home, where I'm either the only cat or with other quiet, gentle kitties. I would not do well in a loud home with lots of other people or pets around. I wouldn't do good with young children, dogs, lots of visitors, or moving outside the home often. I would be the perfect companion for an elderly person or couple! I am fixed, microchipped, up to date on all my shots, and negative for FIV/FELV. If you would like to meet me and see if we're the perfect match, please submit an application at https://petangeladoption.com/adopt-a-cat

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These Domestic Longhairs are available for adoption close to Frankenmuth, Michigan.
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Lilly

Domestic Longhair

Female, Adult
Lake Orion, MI
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Not good with kids, Not good with dogs, Not good with cats, Needs experienced adopter, Spayed or Neutered,
Story
I adopted Lilly at 14 weeks old from a friend who rescued a stray cat who had kittens. She is 100% housetrained. She does need to be brushed at least every other day and have her nails clipped at least once a month. I also get her professionally groomed once every 3 months because she is long haired and needs the sanitary trim. She needs a reasonable amount of attention and can be the only animal in a home (I’ve tried living places with other animals and she didn’t do well - she tries to be the alpha). Lilly needs to be re-homed because my husband and I have a small child and another on the way, and Lilly isn’t great with children. She doesn’t like people getting up in her space as children do. My son and husband are also allergic to her. She is affectionate when she wants to be, but she also enjoys her space most of the time. She is able to be left alone for a couple days at a time if necessary.
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Chip

Domestic Longhair

Male, 6 yrs 4 mos
Lake Orion, MI
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(when grown) -
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Good with kids, Good with dogs, Good with cats, Spayed or Neutered,
Story
We rescued Chip about 6 years ago from a local foster friend. His nickname is, “purr-boy” because he is so very vocal about affection. He is a cat who thrives on light attention such as being talked to, lightly pet, and included. He likes to be sitting nearby when his humans are doing any daily activities. He tolerates too much handling and prefers gentle touch.
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Sylvester R.

Domestic Longhair

Male, 10 yrs 4 mos
Davison, MI
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(when grown) -
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Good with cats, Spayed or Neutered,
Story
https://www.losgatosfosteranimals.com/pre-adopt-application
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Dinah

Domestic Longhair

Female, 8 mos
Midland, MI
Size
(when grown) -
Details
Good with kids, Good with dogs, Good with cats, Spayed or Neutered,
Story
Dinah came to us with her three siblings and Mom as a newborn in mid May. She is playful and friendly and would love to find a forever home preferably with one of her siblings. Dinah will be spayed in August

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Pet Angel Cat Adoption and Rescue

380 List Street, Frankenmuth, MI 48734

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Pet Angel Cat Adoption and Rescue

380 List Street, Frankenmuth, MI 48734

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12.6 miles

Saginaw County Animal Care & Control

111 S Michigan Ave, Saginaw, MI 48602

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20.4 miles

Humane Society of Bay County

1607 Marquette Ave, Bay City, MI 48706

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20.4 miles

Humane Society of Bay County

1607 Marquette Ave, Bay City, MI 48706

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20.4 miles

Humane Society of Bay County

1607 Marquette Ave, Bay City, MI 48706

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20.4 miles

Humane Society of Bay County

1607 Marquette Ave, Bay City, MI 48706

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24.3 miles

Los Gatos Foster Animals Cat Rescue

PO Box 441, Davison, MI 48423

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25.8 miles

Humane Society of Genesee County

G-3325 S. Dort Hwy, Burton, MI 48529

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30.5 miles

Humane Society of Midland County

4371 E Ashman, Midland, MI 48642

Pet Types: cats, dogs, rabbits, small animals

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