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Adopt Raven

Female Adult American Shorthair

If you have questions about Raven please contact

Shelter Chic

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About Raven

At around 1 year old, Raven is an adorable, cuddle baby with tons of energy. She's a goofy character with beautiful markings. She loves playing with her fish on a string, and has learned how to toss around tinfoil recently. After tiring herself out, Raven loves to sleep on your belly, chest, or wrapped around your head. She was rescued from the streets and can take a little time to get used to new people but isn't shy and responds wonderfully to affection (and lots of attention). 

Raven is a very high energy, frisky, active cat and will get herself into mischief if you can't provide her with lots of fun things to do. 

Raven has a mild case of stomatitis. Feline stomatitis is thought to be autoimmune in nature.The feline immune system seems to overreact to dental plaque around a cat's teeth, triggering inflammation in the tissues of the mouth. The problem also occurs on the back of the throat at the oral pharynx, and even underlying bone in the mouth can become inflamed or infected. Stomatitis inflammation appears externally in the mouth as angry, red, swollen tissue.

If you think you can give Raven all the love she deserves and would like to meet her, please go to or follow the link below to complete an application to adopt.

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Hair Length
Shots up to date
Spayed / Neutered
Ok with kids
Ok with birds
Ok with dogs
Ok with cats
Ok with small animals
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