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Female Adult Domestic Medium Hair /

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About Monet

Hello there, humans! A few months ago, I came to the SPCA with a dozen other cats from a semi-feral colony. I was a wreck at first and seemed like I hated people, but I was just scared. If you give me time to relax and settle in and get to know you, I even like being petted! I have pure green eyes without a fleck of yellow in them, something I think makes me unique. I love other cats, especially calm ones, older ones, or just frightened ones because I know how that is. I would make a good companion for another cat, and I'm bound to keep you entertained with my intelligent stares and wandering around. I just hope someone adopts me soon. It gets lonely being the last of my clan here, even though I enjoy spending time with Hokie especially. I make him share a shelf when I feel like it. I think it's good for him to share.

Because I am shy and take time to acclimate, I really don't think I would want to go to a house with young children. I might be okay with it if they're really good and understanding about my need for space and to take things at my own pace. I am not bothered by the dogs going by in the hallway but haven't actually interacted with a dog in a long time, so it's hard to say how I feel about them nowadays. But I DO love other cats. I've met a lot of cats in the community room since coming to the SPCA, and I don't fight with anybody.

If you want to win me over, just give me some space, talk to me quietly and sweetly, and just hang around. Once I get used to you, you might be surprised when I pop out to greet you and ask for some love!


Monet is a great girl! Shelter staff report that once she knows you, she'll come say hi and she actually really enjoys being pet. You just have to earn it! Her fur is really soft and she has beautiful eyes. 

Adoption Fee: $Adult Cat (6 mo - 7 yr) 150.00

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4 years, 5 months
Shots up to date
Ok with kids
Not Sure
Spayed / Neutered
Ok with dogs
Not Sure
Ok with cats
Behavior Type
Likes toys
Litter trained
Likes catnip
Is food motivated
Favorite treat
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Domestic Shorthair

HI! My name is Raven and I am a SUPER smart cat who can open up pretty much any locked door in the shelter... or cabinet... or bin of ca... show more

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