From Multnomah County Animal Services
Myra is a sweet, social, and playful 3-year-old domestic medium hair cat who’s looking for her forever home. She gets along well with dogs, but would prefer to be the only cat in her home. If you think Myra would be a good fit for your home, stop by the shop for a meet-and-greet!
3 years old | female | 7 lbs.
Thank you for your interest in adopting a new feline family member! As a partner with Multnomah County Animal Shelter, we abide by their regulations and use their adoption application. In order to assist you with your adoption decision, please consider the following information.
All adoptions come with the following:
- Current Vaccinations
- FeLV/FIV Test
- Wellness Check Health Exam
- Pet License
All of the cats have been examined by the Multnomah County Animal Shelter veterinarians, and MCAS will provide treatment for upper respiratory infections and other common diseases up to 14 days after adoption.
Caring for Cats
Anyone who lives with a cat knows that cats are playful, fun creatures who need stimulation and exercise to be at their happiest and healthiest. We have a well stocked inventory for all of your cat needs.
Nutrition is one of the most important expenses of feline guardianship; a proper diet can eliminate or delay veterinary expense for a number of medical conditions. None of our cat food contains corn, soy, or wheat. The majority of our food is grain-free. Our focus lies in offering foods manufactured in small, speciality pet food facilities. Along with dry kibble, cans, and dehydrated food, we also stock a great selection of raw food. See the cat food page for a list of brands we carry.
We also stock a great selection of treats, toys, and cat trees to provide a healthy lifestyle for your cat.
Stop by the shop and see all that we have to offer!