Meet Sweety (lief)
This wonderful gal is looking for a lasting home. Unfortunately for Sweety her owner has had to give her up. Although she is a senior gal, she is in great shape for her age. She has been vet checked with all the necessary tests done where she passed without concerns.
Sweety is very affection girl and would like nothing more than to have a soft, warm couch to curl up on. She would do best being the only animal in the home, simple because of her age we think she deserves that. Sweety is used to a quiet home, and would be very happy to keep someone company that likes the quiet life.
She enjoys being petted, and will tolerate brushing for a time then needs a little break. Sweety loves to greet you at all hours of the day, and willingly tells you her story. If you have extra love to give, please consider this sweet, old gal as she would like nothing more than to share the love with you.
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- Days in care: 22
- Approximate age: 17 years old
- Pet Type: Cat
- Breed: Domestic Short Hair
- Colour: Black / White
- Weight: 4.25 kg
- Sex: Female
- Location: Campbell River Branch, Campbell River B.C.
- Animal ID: 504009
- Spay or neuter surgery is included with the adoption of all dogs, cats and rabbits.
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