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Daisy

Female Young Domestic Shorthair (mixed)

If you have any questions about Daisy, please contact Partnership for Animal Welfare at info@paw-rescue.org

Partnership for Animal Welfare

About Daisy

Adoption Fee: $140.00

Daisy is a 1 year old all grey female who LOVES other cats, especially kittens. She has been mothering her own kitten, plus several others, and does a great job of keeping them clean, playing with them and snuggling with them. We'd love to see Daisy adopted with her kitten, Bonnie.

 Daisy LOVES other cats and enjoys their company very much. She enjoys being pet, and enjoys lap pets. She is most often found nearby her foster mom on the couch. Daisy is also great with dogs! Daisy is a laid back, quiet, low maintenance type of girl, who is just happy to be around friends.

Daisy is spayed, up to date on vaccinations, and tested negative for FIV/FELV.

If you would like to meet Daisy via a Facetime or Zoom video call, as well as ask questions about her, please complete the application here: www.paw-rescue.org/adopt and we will be in touch.

If you have any other questions, please contact Heather at Cat-Coordinator@paw-rescue.org

Due to the COVID pandemic, we are doing meet and greets with our foster cats via Zoom, Facetime or other video conferencing platforms. Since the adopter won't be able to meet them in person, PAW is honoring a 2 week trial adoption to ensure it's a good fit.

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Details

Name
Daisy
Age
Young
Gender
Female
Size
Primary Color
Gray
Coat Pattern
Solid
Shots up to date
YES
Ok with kids
YES
Housetrained
YES
Hypoallergenic
NO
Spayed/Neutered
YES
Ok with dogs
YES
Ok with cats
YES

Partnership for Animal Welfare

P.O. Box 1074 Greenbelt MD 20768

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Archer

Hounds (All Types)

Archer is a former PAW dog who was adopted SIX YEARS AGO!! Tragically his previous people have decided they no longer want him, through... show more

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