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Molly

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About

Breed

Domestic Medium Hair

Age

0-1 Year

Gender

Female

Size

Small (< 20 lbs.)

Can Live With

  • Cats
  • Older Children (12+)

Spayed/Neutered

Yes

Current on Vaccines

No

Specialized Care

  • Regular Veterinary Visits/Care

Location

Waynesville, OH

Biography

Molly was in a colony of cats at a house in front of our subdivision. The home owner is a 94 yr old man who said he started with one white cat last year and now has ended up feeding 17 cats, which he said he can't afford to feed. My neighbor and I trapped Molly to have her spayed. She also received a rabies vaccine and has been de-wormed.

Molly is still very timid and sometimes runs when I try to pick her up. She doesn't struggle, scratch or bite when I pick her up so I can hold her and walk with her. When I set her down, I always scratch her ears and rub her back and she loves that. Molly is SO soft! I think she will make a good pet but will need a little more attention and a start in a small room at first. If there are places for her to hide, and I am trying to catch her, her anxiety increases. She does love to play and wrestle with the other cats I have here. She seems pretty bonded to a cat named Sassy which I am also putting on here. She could possibly be her sibling or mother?

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