DIAMOND – 12816
Safe - 12-3-2017 Manhattan
**SAFE 12/3/17 ** DIAMOND is a 10-year-old lady who knows what she likes, and what she liked was her home of the past 10 years. Now that she’s been tossed into the shelter system, this pretty kitty is finding it hard to warm up to her captors and needs more time to chill out. Time is NOT on her side, since the ACC plans to end her life tomorrow. Message [email protected] if YOU can foster/adopt this deserving, innocent cat TONIGHT!
Hello, my name is Diamond. My animal id is #12816. I am a desexed female black cat at the Manhattan Animal Care Center. The shelter thinks I am about 10 years old.
I came into the shelter as a owner surrender on 16-Nov-2017, with the surrender reason stated as person circumstance- moving.
Diamond is a senior gal that is at risk due to behavior, New Hope Only determination. While in the care center she had not allowed handling and has shown distance increasing behaviors. We recommend a home that will allow her to acclimated at her own pace and can manage any geriatric care she maybe need.
My medical notes are…
Weight: 10.6 lbs
Details on my behavior are…
Behavior Condition: 5. Red
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