The cats that I'm posting today all sort of look alike, but are slightly different in coloring. First, meet Tabby.
Tabby is a 2-year-ole female at the Noble County Humane Shelter. She is a black and tan tabby with long hair and a big mane. Tabby is FIV-negative, has been wormed, and is up-to-date on shots and flea prevention. She has been at the shelter for almost 9 months.
Tabby is a real lover, but she also likes to play. In this second picture you can see her playing with a feather toy. She is easily amused and would make a great pet for your home. Please consider adopting her!
Next up is Tabby's look-alike - Mariana, although their coloring is slightly different.
Mariana is a 3-year-old female who has been at the shelter since late October. She is a long-haired black and tan tabby, with gorgeous coloring, including a few orangish patches. She has been wormed, is current on shots and flea prevention, and is FIV-negative.
Mariana loves to have her long hair brushed! She is a very calm and affectionate cat. Come visit her at the Humane Society of Noble County. Maybe you can give her a forever home.
And finally, we have little Meeka.
Meeka is available at the Noble County Humane Shelter. She is a small black and tan tabby with a white muzzle, very pretty markings, and big green eyes! She is about 8 months old and has been at the shelter since October. She is up-to-date on shots and flea prevention, has been wormed, and is FIV-negative.
Meeka has the fluffiest tail I have ever seen! She is very curious, playful, and loves to be up high. In these pictures, she has climbed up on top of the cattery to get a better view of her world! She also loves to be groomed and petted. Come see her at the shelter!
Please consider adopting one of these cats or any of the other wonderful animals at the shelter. They would add so much joy and love to your life, and you would definitely add joy and love to theirs!!
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