Chloe - Courtesy Listing

Chloe - Courtesy Listing

Status: Adopted

Breed: Domestic short hair

Gender: Female

Domestic short hair, female, young - Courtesy Listing

I’m the poster child for why kitties should be indoor only and spayed or neutered. I’m Chloe. First, let me tell you that I’m a very sweet and affectionate girl. I live in my foster home with other cats and a beagle, and I get along with everyone. I didn’t always get to live inside, though. I was someone’s cat whom they left outside and didn’t get spayed. I was nursing my kittens when I was attacked and shaken by a neighborhood dog. My owner at that time did not take me to the vet, and I continued to nurse my babies but could not use my back legs at all for 2 months. Over time, I could walk again, and I went into heat once more – yep, more kittens. When my owner moved away, he asked a neighbor to feed me. Thankfully, that neighbor called a local Trap-Neuter-Return organization to have me spayed at their low-cost clinic. The vets took one look at me and knew I needed to be spayed and off the streets. I’m mobile – able to run and play, use the litter box normally, etc. – but my right leg does not quite move normally, dragging behind my left. Therefore, it’s best that I remain an indoor cat where I am safe. Despite my difficult early years and my run-in with a not-so-nice dog, I do well with all my four-legged friends and love humans. I’m looking for a forever family to call my own. I’m not at the FOHA shelter but with a volunteer from the Trap-Neuter-Return organization near Fredericksburg who has been caring for me. If you’re interested in learning more about me or perhaps meeting me, please contact Vicky at

Behavior Key (for icons shown above on dog's profile)

    - Good With Dogs / - Not Good With Dogs / - Not Good With Cats / - Good With Kids /

- No Children Under 12 - No Children

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