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Adopt Cash

Male Young Domestic Medium Hair

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Footbridge Foundation

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About Cash

"My name is Cash and I am a Domestic Long Hair 8.5-month-old tabby. I was brought to my foster home as an orphaned feral kitten. I may be a bit shy at first, but with a little love and patience, I will warm your lap forever! I love cuddling and tossing around my toy mice. Loud noises or sudden movements may startle me, so a quiet home without children or dogs would make me happiest!" Does Cash sound like the perfect kitty for you? Let us know and we'll arrange a meet and greet! Send us your application today!

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