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Patch Pets: Bandit is Looking for a Quiet Home

If you have been looking for love in all the wrong places, come to Animal Friends and meet Bandit.

Meet Bandit, our own master of disguise.

A casual look might reveal an empty cage. Do you see only a pillowcase and a few toys? Look closer! Our shy little Bandit may be that lump under the cat bed.

This black-and-white striped beauty has eyes the color of spring-green leaves. Earn her trust, and she will roll over, around and upside down in a squirm-fest of affectionate appreciation. Two hands may be needed, as she can't seem to get enough of your love.

Bandit was found as a stray and taken in by a family, but ended up at Animal Friends because of an owners allergies. Somewhere along the line, Bandit was declawed. 

Her toy preferences have not yet been established, but she's been giving our volunteers lots of love. A quiet home will surely bring out her best qualities. So, if you have been looking for love in all the wrong places, come to Animal Friends! An adoption counselor will help you decide if Bandit is right for you.

Click here to watch her video. Then come meet her at Animal Friends!

Special for Smitten Season: Cat adoption is priceless for all cats age 2 and up. Animal Friends is waiving their $75 adoption donation to find these cats great homes!

Bandit is spayed, vaccinated and microchipped. If you can help, visit Animal Friends at 562 Camp Horne Road, (Ohio Township) Pittsburgh, PA 15237 or call 412-847-7002.

You can also start your application online, so get started by clicking here!

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