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Adopt Dolly

Female Domestic Shorthair

If you have any questions about Dolly please contact

Paws Crossroads Animal Rescue

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About Dolly

Dolly is a very sweet 1-2 year old kitty that was found as a stray in Bloomsburg. She was COVERED in ticks and freezing. Thankfully, a volunteer and supporter of PCAR took her in to keep her warm and safe. It has now been nearly a week (3/21/17) and Dolly has not been claimed.

She is a very loveable cat, full of purrs and loves attention. There are dogs in her foster home, and she doesn't seem too bothered by them at all. We had her to the vet and she had her vaccines, a much needed bath, and was tested for FIV/FeLk (negative). We also had her tested for parasites, and she was given a clean bill of health :) She is a very petite girl, weighing in at just 7 pounds.

Dolly is going to be spayed the second week in April, and will be available for adoption at that time. She is a GEM of a cat, and will make any family complete. She is litter trained as well. Dolly will also be microchipped, and comes with 30 days of FREE health insurance. Her adoption donation is $85.

If you would be interested in making this very deserving girl a part of your home, please complete our adoption application at www.pawscrossroads.org. 

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Details

Name
Dolly
Age
Gender
Female
Size
Shots up to date
N/A
Ok with kids
N/A
Housetrained
N/A
Hypoallergenic
N/A
Spayed/Neutered
N/A
Ok with dogs
N/A
Ok with cats
N/A

Paws Crossroads Animal Rescue

Berwick PA 18603

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