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UPDATE: Regan has been at the shelter for 187 days as of August 6, 2019.

Meet Regan.

This beautiful lady is a young adult cat that was found in someone's shed along with her 5 kittens in Bellevue Beach/Norman's Cove area. She is very affectionate and friendly and enjoys a short afternoon nap. Regan has been a great momma and made sure that her little ones were looked after but she is looking forward to living out her life in the comforts of a home. She is now spayed and can put her mommy days behind her. 

Since arriving at the shelter she has learned that humans have nothing but love to give and now that 3 of her kittens have gone off to loving homes Regan is still here waiting for hers to come along. She is only a young cat herself and has high hopes that she will find her new home soon. Regan is approved for a home with young children, other cats, and cat friendly dogs. Lila ( a 9 year old husky) and Regan are both cool as a cucumber in each others presence. Regan does not have any issues with sharing her space with dogs at all. She is friendly to puppies as well which is not always easy as they love to explore and play. Did you see the photo of her and Lila hanging out in the office?

Regan is a social butterfly, she loves everyone she meets and has learned to get along with the cats in her room. She would adjust to any type of home as long as she has her own space for her quiet time. You will likely see her running out of room 2 if you visit the shelter frequently. She likes to explore the shelter and new things. She is quite the character!

If you are interested in adopting Regan, please click on the "ADOPT" button below to go to our website to fill out an adoption application.

If you think that fostering would suit your family better, please click on the "Foster" button below to fill out a foster application. Please note that all supplies needed while fostering are supplied by the shelter. Call 466-3489 for more details. 

Status: Adopted
Age: 1
Sex: Female
Size: Medium
Spayed/Neutered: Yes