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Posted on: January 27, 2017

[ARCHIVED] Kitty who survived living on the streets available for $20

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Sterling is a 1-year-old kitty with an interesting history.  Her left ear was partially removed, which serves as an indicator that she was spayed.  Someone along the way must have thought she was a wild kitty and took her to be spayed, ear notched and released back into the world on her own.

That ear notch is her badge of survival, as Sterling lived on the streets until someone dropped her off at the shelter as a stray in November. Since then, this sweet kitty has grown extremely fond of people and loves to cuddle, be pet and sit on her cat tree – watching families adopt her fellow feline friends.  

This precious cat is longing for a forever home where she will be safe and loved.  Sterling will go home with the right family or individual for $20. Meet her today at the Mission Viejo Animal Services Center, 28095 Hillcrest. For more information, call 949-470-3045 or visit  

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