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9311 - 81st Avenue
Fort St. John, B.C.
V1J 6P6
(250) 785-7722


ID: 346628 



Nora is a two-and-a-half-year-old female cat with black and white markings. She came into the care of the BC SPCA North Peace Branch when she was found astray; she had been living with or near some feral cats, but she didn’t seem feral herself.

At the North Peace shelter since September of 2014, Nora had a brief adoption that didn’t work out, due to allergies that developed in the family that adopted her.

Nora would thrive in the care of a young family, as she is quite tolerant and patient. She has not been tested with dogs, but does not seem to be bothered when they are in the vicinity. She has been living in a habitat with another cat, and has been with other cats as well.

Nora is very affectionate and loves to cuddle. She is also very quiet. Even her meow is quiet, on the rare occasion that she uses her voice. Her purr is definitely the sound heard most. Her favourite activities include sleeping, being petted, and hanging out with people. She would be a perfect friend for anyone that would find room in their heart and home.

Nora can be viewed by visiting the BC SPCA North Peace Branch or you can call 250-785-7722 for further details.

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