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Milo Milo is a 1-year-old neutered male. He is black and white and handsome as ever. Milo is a very friendly cat. He is always at the front of the cage being silly and trying to get your attention. He will roll over for belly rubs and loves to get pets from the staff. He has become a staff favourite over the last 5 weeks he has been with us. Milo is very playful and likes to have a variety of toys to play with. His very favourite toy is his stuffed leopard, he loves to play with it and cuddle with it. He is very curious about the other cats here and would likely do fine in a home with another
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Millie Millie is a 1-year-old female. She is a medium haired black & orange tortoiseshell kitty. She is the most beautiful and soft girl. She acts shy at first but once she realizes you are there to visit her; she is right at the front of the cage. Millie is a lover and will do anything for pets and chin scratches from the humans. She loves to be picked up and cuddled. QHS is looking for a nice, quiet and relaxed home for Millie, as she can get stressed out easily by a lot of commotion. Millie would do best in a home with adults and older children. She would be okay in a home with another cat
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Charlie Charlie is a 1.5-year-old male. He is a brown tabby with white, short haired cat. Charlie was surrendered to QHS as he was not getting along with the older cat in the home and was getting quite aggressive. He is an indoor only kitty, is litter trained without incident and likes to scratch on a scratching post. Charlie can be shy at first, but once he is comfortable in his environment he is quite social. Here at the shelter, he comes up to the front of the cage to greet you. He has lived with men, women and a child. We do not know how he is with dogs but would suggest a home with no cats, as
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