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Pet of the Week | Rusty a Cat for Adoption

10.10.18 paws of coronado pet of the week rusty a handsome cat for adoption

Need a Buddy Who’s Trusty? Meet Rusty!

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Rusty is a sweet and loving senior lady looking for a family who will appreciate her friendly and engaging nature. At 10 years young, Rusty still has plenty of pep in her step and love to give.

· Rusty is a sweet and happy girl who loves a good petting session with her human friends.

· A great conversationalist, Rusty meows “hello” to new visitors to the PAWS cat community.

· Rusty is very engaging and interested in what her human visitors are up to. She’s been known to follow her human friends around to watch what they are doing.

· At ten years young, Rusty is a great age for adoption. She’s past all the kitten stuff and still has many years of life and love to share.

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Rusty’s Stats
Female Cat, 10 Years Old, DMH, Brown Tabby with Orange, Shots Up To Date, Spayed, Microchip Implanted, Tested for FELV & FIV, Dewormed, Flea Preventative Applied, Adoption Fee = $35.00

Are you looking for a sweet and engaging lady to talk to? If you are, you must come and meet Rusty! You can meet Rusty at the Coronado Animal Care Facility. The facility is open daily between 9:00 am and 11:30 am and 12:30 pm and 4:00 pm (except major holidays). It is located at 1395 First Street at the south end of the Ferry Landing complex.

You can contact the cat adoption team with any questions not answered on our website by calling Bob at 619-840-9727.

And please check out Rusty’s full profile and those of the other cats for adoption on the PAWS cats for adoption page.

 

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PAWS of Coronado was established in 2003. PAWS manages the Coronado Animal Care Facility and cares for the orphaned cats and dogs of Coronado while they find them their forever homes.
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