Hi, my name is Cuddles. I am a one year old, spayed female cat. As you can see I have shiny long, black fur and bright yellow eyes. I came to the Humane Society as a stray, and sadly my owners did not come and find me. I am a very friendly and affectionate cat. I love to be petted and I purr very loudly to let you know how much I love it! I am called a “Leader of the Band” in the Humane Society’s Feline-ality program. Won’t you help me find my forever ensemble? My adoption fee is $68 and includes a free vet exam, vaccination vouchers, and one month of pet health insurance. A $15.00 license is required for city residents. Please come visit me and all of my friends at the Humane Society of the Pikes Peak Region, 610 Abbott Lane, Colorado Springs, CO 80905. Click HERE for directions.

Ask for Cuddles: #0920289

 

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