Adopt a Domestic Short Hair / Mixed (short coat)

Domestic Short Hair / Mixed (short coat) Cat

Pippa the Cat needs a home

Please contact Georgia (georgiastr@comcast.net) for more information about this pet.
Sweet mostly black momma
Pippa is a very sweet and affectionate young adult cat.  She was trapped to be spayed via the Steelton Community Cats TNR program, but no one could tell she was about to deliver 5 babies.  Imagine how surprised they were when they came back for surgery day the next day and found 5 kittens in the trap with her.  She has been a very loving and caring momma to her babies while appearing to be a young cat herself.

Now that her babies are weaned and ready for adoption, Pippa is looking for a family of her own.  She is a little shy at first, but when she warms up she likes attention and is playful and fun to have around.  She has become very comfortable with the other cats in her foster home and has become "one of the gang."

She has been tested negative for FIV/FeLV and spayed. She is up to date on shots. Please consider Pippa for your forever friend - she is a very sweet and beautiful cat!

If you think you might be interested in meeting or adopting Pippa, please complete and adoption application from the forms/apps link on the right side of the Castaway Critters website.  If you have questions about Pippa, you can email her foster caregiver Georgia at georgiastr@comcast.net.

  • Animal: Cat
  • Breed: Domestic Short Hair / Mixed (short coat)
  • Size: Medium
  • Gender: Female
  • State: Pennsylvania
  • Zip/Postal Code: 17105-1421
As of 3/6/2021 Pippa is still available for adoption. Please use the owner information below to confirm that Pippa is still available or to adopt. Don't forget to check the other animal shelters near me there are many other pets needing a fur-ever home.

Owner Information

You can find Pippa at Castaway Critters, the James A. Hueholt Memorial Foundation

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