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Did you know that stray cats live, on average, half as long as cats that have homes and that live indoors? It's true. My name is Blair, and that short life was almost mine. I was found by a nice couple in Salem. When they found me, I was in very rough shape. My hair was falling out, I was thin, my bladder didn't work all that well and I couldn't walk very well. I was also a little growly and upset. The people were worried about me, and they brought me here. The team here determined that I had an abdominal hernia that was pushing on my abdomen. Also, they found that I had a mass on my leg. Put those two things together, and you have an unhappy girl. The team got me all fixed up, and boy am I doing better. I am still a little weak on one leg, and my belly has some healing to do. But I am hoping for a happy future with my very own family. I have so much to offer. As you'll see in my video, I am a purring and kneading machine. Show me love and I will show you love in return. I just love to be cuddled and petted and talked to. And if I love you, I'll even roll over on my back to show you my belly, so you can pet me better. Not all cats trust people that much. But I do. I've also made really good friends with another kitty named Monkey. We play together and groom one another and just really love one another. I would adore it if we could go home together. But if that won't work, I understand. Just know that, since I can adjust to other cats, I could probably go into a home that has cats. I seem to like felines. I know I could be intimidating to some people, due to my past health problems. But I think of myself as a special kitty. I had some challenges, sure. But the family that chooses me now just has to help me to heal. You could do that, right? I hope so. I'll wait here for you. And if you love me but can't take me home, use the button to sponsor my stay.
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