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Adopt Myers

Female Adult Domestic Shorthair /

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SPCA of Hancock County

About Myers

Myers originally came to us as a kitten in October 2019, hence her spooky name of Michael Myers. She was returned this year in April and truly hates it here. There is too much sound and movement for her taste. For now, she claims the top of the cat tree in one of our community rooms, cuddling with her cat friend Gable. Myers and her friend Gable, who you can also find up for adoption, have grown to have a special bond. They enjoy their days snuggling in their cat tree and watching us out the windows. We are asking people to adopt them together, but we understand that bonding them will make it that much harder for them to find a home. Gable and Myers love each other, so we ask that you consider adopting these to love birds as a pair. She loves to give hugs on her own terms and is very snuggly once she gets to know you! If you're looking for a black and white fluffy kitty to perch on a tall cat tree and watch her new family while looking very cute with her man by her side, she just might be your girl.

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1 years, 9 months
Shots up to date
Not Sure
Pet Has Special Needs
Not Sure
Ok with kids
Not Sure
Not Sure
Spayed / Neutered
Ok with dogs
Not Sure
Ok with cats
Not Sure
Behavior Type
Likes toys
Litter trained
Likes catnip
Is food motivated
Favorite treat
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Domestic Shorthair

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