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You can me at r2gblevins gmail. She requires a lot of attention and hates being alone.

Pet Match also provides more advanced medical care and dog obedience training, as needed, for its animals — some of which are in permanent foster care because of health issues. She is in early renal failure and there is no cure, but she is not in any pain and while treatment is available, it is not necessary.

Revied is very kind and never hisses or scratches. If you know anyone who might want a cat, please tell them about Adora. Hoebeck is looking for additional volunteers to foster pets or help with grant-writing. A donation is required from adopters to help cover expenses.

She likes to sleep in bed with her person. Feel free to contact me with any questions you may refiew regarding Adora. Hoebeck, 60, has been fostering the year-old cat at her Penn Township home since he was found as a stray about four months ago in the Level Green area.

She is very lazy and mellow. You can contact Jeff atjhimler triblive. When her sales territory was eliminated, she switched to selling real estate at the pet-friendly Murrysville office of Coldwell Banker.

Her name is Adora. If you prefer phone calls or text, contact me through and I will provide my phone. She can tell when someone is sad and comforts them. Cat Up For Adoption Landlord no longer rrview pets. Jeff Himler is a Tribune-Review staff writer.

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She is spayed and is up-to-date on her shots. As a bonus, some of her real estate clients have become pet adopters. She is a 5-year-old Siamese mix.

More Westmoreland Stories. Years later, when she and her sister both moved tribbune the Penn Township area, she decided to form her own group, Pet Match.

She is good with other cats, dogs, and other pets. When Hoebeck pers 60 dogs and cats from Mississippi, in the wake of Hurricane Katrina, she was assisted by fellow animal lover Christine Bottegal Farrell of Leechburg. Visit petmatchrescuepa.

She is a good girl and deserves a good home. She prefers a small house.

Rescue founder’s passion for matching pets with new homes knows no bounds

At 16, she began volunteering for a local animal rescue organization. She is very friendly.

She does not really play but she likes to rub her face on catnip toys. She, her sister and other volunteers have fostered 60 or more cats at a given time.

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