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Hi everyone, my name is Katherine! I was once a beloved member of the family, until one day they decided to move and not take me along with them. I was left outside all winter long without shelter or food and it was very hard for me to survive. A nearby neighbor saw me one day and called the animal shelter asking if they could help, and of course they stepped right in to give me a hand. By the time I arrived I was barely clinging on to life, thin as can possibly be and covered in mud. Now lets be honest, a kitty as adorable as myself should never have to be in that horrible of condition! After a few months of being at the shelter, I am back to being a healthy girl and quiet good looking if I do say so myself. I am shy when you first meet me because of everything I have been through, but when I get to know you I really crave your attention. My dream home would be a quiet home with people who are looking for a mellow companion. Come see me at the Seekonk Animal Shelter, located at 100 Peck Street, Seekonk MA 02771. Questions? Call us at 508-336-6663 PM.
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