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Domestic Long Hair (long coat)  : :  Female (spayed)  : :  Medium

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Panda Bear* needs a caretaker or foster! Won't you consider helping her get a new start?

Please Note: This animal is listed as a courtesy to another organization. Please be sure to contact the foster/caretaker for more information about her.

About Panda Bear*

  • Status: Adopted!
  • Species: Cat
  • Rescue ID: C080239
  • General Color: Black and White
  • Current Size: 11 Pounds
  • Current Age: 17 Years 2 Months (best estimate)
  • Declawed: No
  • Housetrained: Yes
  • Owner Experience Needed: None
  • Reaction to New People: Friendly
This kitty is a courtesy listing and is avaibale directly from the owner, not through the Cat Shack rescue.
THis is what the owner had to say: Panda will be 4 years old at the end of this month. She weighed only 1.2 lbs when I got her.She tested negative for Feline Aids, Feline Leukemia and Bartonella, andis in good general health except that she suffers from allergy problems. We live on a farm and my vet thinks she is allergic to something in the barn thatmight be alleviated if she lived in a smoke-free, indoor-only home.

Panda is ok with well-mannered dogs and children, but does not like most other cats. She loves to be held and petted by people she is comfortable with and would make an excellent companion for the right person. We live with my in-laws until we build our home and they will not allow any indoor pets. I hate to give her up but want what is best for her. I do want her back if she does not work out in her new home.

Panda Bear is spayed and up-to-date on all vaccinations. She had her annual exam last fall. She weighs between 10 and 11 pounds and has the nice type of long fur that is easy to keep untangled. She's had 2 upper respiratory infections in the past year and that is why I want to find a good home for her. I also havefour other cats and can't give her the amount of attention she deserves.

Although technically, she is an outdoor cat now, I do have a very nice insulated room in the barn for my cats. They enter by a series of tunnels and cat doors so they can elude wild animals that might pursue them (foxes, etc.) The room is slightly heated in the winter and has their beds, litterboxes, food and fresh water. Panda rarely leaves the barn and I am certain she would be very happy living in a pleasant home. She is completely litter trained, as are all my cats.

I love Panda very much. She is a very sweet cat and would be so happy in a quiet, loving home. I will only give her up to a really nice "forever" home and want to see for myself the kind of environment she will have. I would drive her to her new home and would like to keep in touch with her new person to make sure she comes back to me if they ever need to give her up for any reason. Please let me know if you can find the right situation for her. I'm sorry if I seem paranoid, but I had a bad experience in the past and don't want to have a repeat.

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More about Panda Bear*

Is Not Good with Dogs, Not Good with Cats, Good with Kids