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Adopt Luna

Female Adult Siamese

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New Beginnings Cat Rescue

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About Luna

Luna is a beautiful Seal Point Siamese/Tortoiseshell mix female born approximately 8/19/2017. Luna can be a little shy at first until she gets to know you, but she is very sweet and cuddly, so she’s worth a little patience. Like a lot of Siamese, she can be a vocal girl. She lets you know when she wants to be petted and when she wants to be left alone. She is also a bit of a diva and demands her human be as fastidious as she is.  Her litter box must be kept clean (scooped at least once per day). Luna has been living with cats, dogs and children, and does well with all.  She’s not necessarily going to be buddies with the animals, but she will tolerate them. She will do best with children over 7 years old.  Luna is currently in a foster home and her adoption fee is $105. Due to COVID-19, Petsmart isn't currently holding weekend adoption events. However, if you are interested in meeting Luna, please contact us to arrange an appointment.

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