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Greetings, my name is Highway and I am a lovely gal. I have been well taken care of during my life and unfortunately I had to come here, but no fault of mine. I liked when visitors came and I enjoy being independent. I am not really a lap cat, but sleeping in bed with my people makes me happy and I love being pat. I can tell you that I do not care for dogs and I am not sure about other cats because I have never really met any. I also have been diagnosed with Diabetes, but please don’t let this discourage you from meeting me and adopting me. I deserve a good home just like anyone else.”
8/23/2019: Highway is a sweet, affectionate but independent girl. While she’s enjoying hanging out here at the shelter and spending time with her kitty friend, she would love to find a quiet home of her own. She enjoys getting attention from people and will ask for head rubs, chin scratches and rubs against your legs. She is definitely a friendly, social kitty. Highway has been diagnosed with diabetes, which is not an uncommon condition for cats or dogs, and we are working on adjusting her insulin levels. Highway longs to find an adopter that would love her enough to provide a home where all of her social and medical needs can be provided for the rest of her life. The shelter will be happy to discuss her care with you if you think you can give Highway the forever home she needs.