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Meet Maliah, Malini and other cats are waiting to be adopted from Purrfect Pals inside PetSmart at The Landing in Renton.

Maliah, a 1-year-old girl, came to Purrfect Pals with a few 15-week-old daughters. The previous family couldn't take care of them any longer. Maliah isn't really a social girl, she likes to hide and watches over her daughter Malini. She is a very little lady but believes she is a Hawaiian Queen. It seems that they were not taught how to use nice words, Maliah grrs even when she seems to be happy, but we hope they can learn proper expressions with patience and love. Maliah would do best in her own home or with Malini. Maliah is polydatle. She does enjoy playing but only when she is on her own or with her daughter. Maliah always seems to have a shocked expression as she is trying to be alert to everything. She does enjoy catnip and would love to find some in her Christmas Stocking this year. 

Come meet us at the PetSmart Purrfect Pals location at The Landing and consider making me part of your family.  Purrfect Pals saves the lives of more than 2,500 homeless cats each year. In addition to adopting cats through PetSmart and our other partner store's adoption centers, we help place special needs cats and provide a comfortable long-term sanctuary for cats diagnosed with Feline leukemia and FIV positive cats. We also offer low cost spays/neuters for cats to low income individuals and families. 

Purrfect Pals does not allow "gift" adoptions. All cats (with the exception of "barn cats" adopted from our shelter in Arlington) must be indoor-only. If you rent your home, please come prepared with a copy of your lease or other documentation that states your landlord allows pets. For more information regarding Purrfect Pals and our available rescued kitties, visit us online at www.purrfectpals.org

Also please consider celebrating the month of November by adopting a Senior Cat. Purrfect Pals is discounting the adoption fee for "Senior Cats".


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