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7 year old female tabby cat adopted from the Greenville Humane Society 3 years ago. She is an inside cat that is litter trained, but I let her adventure outside every once in a while and she explores for 20 minutes or so before coming back in. She keeps to herself for the most part and isn’t cuddly, but always greets me at the door and generally finds a spot to sleep in the room that I’m hanging out in. She can be skittish to guests and I’m not sure if she would do well with other animals, when I got her from the human society they said she was a bit anxious around the others. She has been a great companion to me living alone, but I am moving in with my fiancé and he is allergic. It will be sad to not have her greet me at the door every day, so it is important to me to find her a new home where she can provide companionship to someone else the way she did for me. I am currently traveling back and forth between the two homes as I am moving my stuff, but I will be putting my house on the market sometime in May and hope to find a home for her soon.


I want to give away my pet because I am in high school and taking care of a pet that hisses at me is becoming to much for me I’ve tried to under her but I guess I have more growing to do. I can’t unfortunately take her with me because I am always doing something always smelling of different smells, and I have no one to help me. I hope she does find a wonderful family with someone else because I can’t provide her with what she needs.
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This guy is a sweetheart, truly. He loves to cuddle and lay all over you. He really likes to get attention and lovin. He’s been really good with our puppy and even loved playing with her. Unfortunately, we’ve had to look for another home for him. The little mark above his nose was previous owner and she did know what it was from but from the looks of it, it looks pretty much healed up.


Asuka is an an 8 year old orange tabby cat. She is shy when you first get to know her, but once she feels comfortable she is the friendliest cat around. She loves to follow her humans and will constantly roll on carpet exposing her soft belly for pet rubs.

The reason we need to rehome her is because she is being bullied by our other cat all the time and it is causing her to be unhappy and stressed. She needs to be in a less stressful environment.

Being in a single pet home.
Being with someone who enjoys being home and having a pet cuddle and exist with them.
Having occasional play time, with some catnip toys, catnip to roll in, and treats.

ASUKA is such a sweetheart and amazing cat! It pains us so much that we have had to make this difficult decision. We will provide her cat box, cat food, and her favorite toys to her new home.

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