Annie has an unusual coloration called a dilute tortoiseshell, which means she is gray with orange and tan highlights. Just 2 years old and very friendly, Annie was recently returned and is looking for a second chance at love. She is being boarded in Seminole. To see Annie, call a Save Our Strays volunteer at (727) 481-5262. Check the SOS website at saveourstraysinc.com for a look at other adoptable felines. Save Our Strays has several kitten-mother cat families and offers a special summer adoption rate: Adopt a kitten and its mother's adoption fee is half off. Family examples include Sadie, a 1-year-old tortoiseshell cat, and her 3-month-old kittens, plus Domino, a 1 1/2-year-old tuxedo cat, and her kittens. To meet these feline families, call an SOS volunteer. The phone number for the south county location is (727) 545-1116.
Pet of the week: Annie, the dilute tortoiseshell cat
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