Meet Molly!


~ Submitted by the Page County Animal Shelter

Page Valley News highlights adoptable pets from the Page County Animal Shelter to showcase their personality!

This is Molly!

Molly is a 6-year-old, black and tan tabby cat. She had been adopted from the shelter previously in 2015, but, unfortunately, had to be brought back to the shelter after her previous adopter had passed away.

At first, Molly was a little timid, but she quickly came out of her shell and is now always happy to see her caretakers. Molly is a fairly vocal feline and will call out to you anytime you are near.

She is incredibly sweet and enjoys the attention, but is also confident enough to do her own thing. Molly is the kind of cat who prefers to just relax and hang out. She’s very calm and would appreciate a quiet and peaceful household.

Her favorite things to do include lounging around on her favorite pillow, watching out the window, and taking many cat naps! However, this gal still has some spunk in her and does enjoy chasing reflections and laser pointers around the room.

Molly does not seem to be a fan of other cats, though. She is fairly small and frail in stature, so she is pretty easily intimidated by other cats. 

Molly would make anyone a wonderful companion and if you’d be interested in getting to know Molly, please send us an inquiry or email, or call us at (540)-778-2101!

~ For more information or an update on other animals available for adoption,

contact the Page County Animal Shelter at (540) 778-2101.



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