YALE – 15912
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***SAFE 01/12/18*** COLLEGE KITTY YALE WANTS TO BE YOUR NEW BEST FRIEND!! WATCH HER VIDEO! YALE is a nervous girl who needs a furever home for the holidays! She allowed gentle petting and attention. She is already spayed and would love to be your new cuddle buddy. RESERVE HER BY NOON!!
Hello, my name is Yale. My animal id is #15912. I am a desexed female black cat at the Manhattan Animal Care Center. The shelter thinks I am about 9 months 2 weeks old. – P
I came into the shelter as a stray on 11-Dec-2017.
Original Location: 10455
Yale is at risk for behavioral reasons. She is very nervous and stressed in the shelter, and whilst she does tolerate petting and handling, she hides all day at the back of her kennel, not moving. We suggest she is best suited to a cat experienced home, who will let her come out of her shell in her own time. Medically, we have no concerns for Yale, who presents as a healthy young cat.
My medical notes are…
Weight: 5.88 lbs
Details on my behavior are…
Behavior Condition: 2. Blue
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