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TrinityRescue Me ID: 23-11-26-00227

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About Trinity

Adoption Fee: $10
Domestic Cat
Age: Young Adult
Sex: Female

This is little Trinity. She is a DSH, spayed, female, adult cat (2 or 3 years old). She has no health issues. She is up to date on all her shots and got a clean bill of health (and lots of compliments!) at Burl-Moor-Driben Animal Hospital in Moorestown just before Thanksgiving. She is youthful, very vocal, ADORES people, is inquisitive and curious about her surroundings, is silly, and is pretty high energy. While she is not very snuggly, she makes up for it in being an uplifting and funny little cat. She never fails at making me laugh and smile. I sense that Trinity would really enjoy more people, more space, and maybe more pets in her fur-ever home. I've had her as an only-cat in my one-bedroom apartment for a year now, and I'm not in a position where I can have another pet for her. I'd really like to give her the life she wants so that she is as happy and fulfilled as possible. Trinity is a very well-behaved and sweet cat. I suspect she has some anxiety that makes living in a small space hard for her sometimes. The vet has discussed some Prozac for her if she stays with me. But given my family's observations of her when she stayed with them for a few weeks in the summer, it sounds like she relaxed in a larger and more bustling environment with more people and pets (as opposed to a quiet one-person, one-bedroom apartment). If you or someone you know is interested in connecting, please send over a DM. I'd really like to avoid surrendering her to any shelter; it would make me much happier to make sure she has a large and loving family. She's a special little girl and I want her to have the life she deserves. Unfortunately I will be moving in the near future and am in such a position where I cannot keep her. Thank you for your consideration. You may also email me at [email protected]

Burlington County
Moorestown, New Jersey


  • Good with Male Cats Only
  • Not Good with Dogs
  • Good with Kids and Adults


  • High Energy
  • Somewhat Dominant


  • Spayed
  • Vaccinations Current

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