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Domestic Shorthair kittens & cats in Eloy, Arizona

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Glasha

Domestic Shorthair

Female, Adult
Phoenix, AZ
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Good with kids, Good with cats,
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A female cat, Glasha (Glafira). Apr. 1,5 years old. She used to be a stray cat, but the very first day I brought her inside the house and showed her the litter box and her beds, the scratchers, her bowls, she started using them right away. Never any accidents. She is a very smart cat, and a very clean one. Eats carefully, the litter box is clean. She behaves very well. She is quiet and does not meow much. She definitely, will not bother the owners or neighbors. As soon as she sees me in the morning, she comes to greet me and asks to be pet. She loves being pet. She does not jump around everywhere, like some other cats, but only walks the places where she is allowed to be. When we let her outside, she comes back. This is a very low maintenance cat and a good companion. If you think that this is your cat, please contact me 6028849019
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Katniss

Domestic Shorthair

Female, Kitten
Phoenix, AZ
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Good with kids, Good with cats, Spayed or Neutered,
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I was born in August, and I am definitely a Leo! I was born as a stray in a scrap yard and mainly socialized with other strays until I was brought to my foster mom. Now, I love being an indoor companion pet. I am very playful and fun-loving. I like to play, give headbutts and rubs, purr very loud and eat! I am a little food insecure from my days as a stray. I am litter box trained and spayed and ready for my furrever home! I come with my adorable slow feeder bowl (pink, of course), my favorite toys, treats!, a bag of my litter, and a soft sided cat carrier. My foster mom will transfer my microchip info to you and send all documents on my spay and vaccines (I will need boosters).
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Queenie

Domestic Shorthair

Female, Young
Phoenix, AZ
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Good with kids, Good with cats,
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Found this sweet girl starving on 7th & bell. She heard that I had treats and came running. Looking for a good home for her. She loves running water, doesn’t mind getting picked up, and is a very curious gal. Don’t need to pay adoption fee, just had to put a number.
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Bella-Rola

Domestic Shorthair

Female, Adult
Phoenix, AZ
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Good with cats,
Story
My heart is broken, as I have to rehome my Bella-Rola girl. She can be the sweetest most loving cuddlier. She needs a home that ideally it is just her in the home where she can get all the attention and love. She got scared when I was sliding a box and then walked quickly by her- she attacked my leg (scratches only; no biting) which makes things difficult as I am currently 32 weeks pregnant. Unfortunately, my husband will not allow my emotions to side with her behavior :( She did recently have a litter of kittens, which I have started to rehome. Therefore, I plan on getting her fixed to maybe help with the anxiety and possible the behavior change. She was so good with them. She is good with the other 2 cats we have in the home as well. My husband and I are just unable to bring our newborn home with uncertainty in her behavior. I know and believe she will be a wonderful companion to someone who is able to care for her! She is a big lover!!
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Chapo, Two-face, No name, and Batman

Domestic Shorthair

Female, 10 mos
Phoenix, AZ
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(when grown) -
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Good with dogs, Good with cats,
Story
Hello! We are all siblings! Our names are Chapo(M), Two-face(F), No-Name (F), and Batman(M). A little bit about us, Nancy and her brother found my mom when she was about 6-7 months old and took her in as an outside cat but eventually, momma got pregnant by another stray cat, and then a couple of months later we POP right out of her. Since momma had us during the summer heat Nancy and her family decided to let us live inside, since they didn't want anything to happen to us, ever since then we've been inside cats trying to get around this "new" place. Unfortunately, this family that took us in isn't able to keep us any longer since they have their animals in the house that were here before us. We are growing we need more space which they aren't able to give us. We've never been separated from each other and our mom since birth but as long as we go to a loving family who will accept us we will be purrfectly fine.
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Lily

Domestic Shorthair

Female, Senior
Phoenix, AZ
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Not good with dogs, Not good with cats, Needs experienced adopter, Spayed or Neutered,
Story
Lily is a lover, a talker, and a wiggler. She was abandoned after her owner, my grandmother, passed away suddenly. She is a sweet and loving girl with excellent conversational skills. She prefers nature documentaries and wet food, while she snuggles up under a blanket and on a heating pad. She is very agile and sometimes feisty. She will chase a string forever. Lily enjoys the company of women and my gentle Chow Chow, so calm dogs that ignore cats are ok. She takes some time to warm up to strangers, but when she realizes that the attention is all love, she is an absolute sweetie. She initially showed signs of trauma from abuse, but she has calmed down immensely. She has a kink in the end of her tail that she doesn't like to be touched. We took her in in hopes that she would become a part of our family, but she is unable to get along with our pets, specifically a large male Maine Coon cat and a hyper male dog. In a calm, quiet space with freedom that she will thrive.

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Itty Bitty Bottle Babies, Inc

PO BX 2253, ARIZONA CITY, AZ 85123

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Itty Bitty Bottle Babies, Inc

PO BX 2253, ARIZONA CITY, AZ 85123

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Itty Bitty Bottle Babies, Inc

PO BX 2253, ARIZONA CITY, AZ 85123

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11.8 miles

Valley Kitten Nursery and Rescue

Casa Grande, AZ 85194

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11.8 miles

Valley Kitten Nursery and Rescue

Casa Grande, AZ 85194

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11.8 miles

Valley Kitten Nursery and Rescue

Casa Grande, AZ 85194

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11.8 miles

Valley Kitten Nursery and Rescue

Casa Grande, AZ 85194

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11.8 miles

Valley Kitten Nursery and Rescue

Casa Grande, AZ 85194

Pet Types: cats

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11.8 miles

Valley Kitten Nursery and Rescue

Casa Grande, AZ 85194

Pet Types: cats

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11.8 miles

Valley Kitten Nursery and Rescue

Casa Grande, AZ 85194

Pet Types: cats

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