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Adopt Tiger

Female Young Domestic Short Hair

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PAWS4thought Animal Rescue

About Tiger

Tiger is a 1 year old playful kitty. She loves to be the center of attention. Her owner has passed from stage four cancer. His last wish was for his babies to be safe. Cats ranging from 1-16 years old. Cats are in Baja but can be transported to San Diego.

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Name
Tiger
Age
Young
Gender
Female
Size
Small
Shots up to date
YES
Ok with kids
YES
Housetrained
Not Sure
Hypoallergenic
Not Sure
Spayed / Neutered
YES
Ok with dogs
Not Sure
Ok with cats
YES
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