Vanna, a beautiful, 11-year-old domestic short-haired “Torbie” cat, was adopted many years ago but found herself homeless again when her adoptive parents turned her in to another shelter. Luckily for Vanna she wasn’t euthanized; her microchip saved her life as Friends for Life Animal Rescue picked her up and brought her back to Gilbert. Since then, sweet Vanna has been waiting over a year and a half to find a new home, where she will be welcomed as part of the family as she lives out her golden years.
Vanna enjoys the company of people very much. If any animals do share the home they should be calm. Young felines tend to bring out Vanna’s grouchy side, so she’d prefer to share her home with another cat close to her age. Vanna is current on vaccinations, tested negative for FELV/FIV, is spayed and microchipped.
If Vanna is the girl for you, contact Friends for Life at (480) 497-8296 or visit http://www.azfriends.org/ online.
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