Meet MINNIE, a delightful short-haired dark brown tabbyand white senior.  A good Samaritan brought Minnie to the shelter after they found her walking in the roadway and were worried that she would be injured. Minnie seems to have been well cared for before she arrived — she is healthy, her coat is soft, her eyes are bright and she didn’t have a single flea on her.  (She had probably been fed wet food in her previous home because she becomes very excited when she hears a can of food being opened.)

Minnie is super-duper sweet, very friendly, loves to be petted and cuddled and thoroughly enjoys any lap time she can get.  Minnie has been microchipped, but her owners have moved and were unable to be located.  Amazingly, her chip information says she is 14 years old, but she looks and behaves like a much, much younger kitty.  Minnie would be an ideal companion for a senior or couple who are looking for a gentle, loving companion.  Since Minnie is already spayed, she can go home with you right away.

Please use MINNIE’s intake number (A057254) when making inquiries at the shelter.

All cats available for adoption at Calaveras County Animal Services are up-to-date on their routine vaccinations will be microchipped.  All unaltered cats must be spayed or neutered before they can go home with you.

Pet Facts

Spayed female


Senior adult
Date of Birth: 2010


Short hair


Brown tabby and white

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The Calaveras County Animal Shelter. Listed here courtesy of CHS. Contact: [email protected] or contact Calaveras County Animal Services at 754-6509.