Second-chance cat looks for home in Lyndhurst VA


When Simone, a part Siamese cat, was brought to the shelter, she couldn’t eat and she had a tumor the size of a quarter on her face. After some hard work and TLC, Simone is ready for adoption. The Shenandoah Valley Animal Services Center staff is on a mission to find just the right fit.

Simone was brought to the shelter after she was noticed wandering near the campground on 340 in Waynesboro. The rescuer noticed she didn’t look healthy.  After she had the tumor on her nose removed, we found out that her tumor was indeed cancerous and Simone has limited time left.  Please come see her at the shelter and consider giving her a second-chance.

Simone a siamese cat at SVASC Simone a siamese cat at SVASC after photo

 

Second-chance cat looks for home

LYNDHURST-The odds didn’t look good. When Simone, a part Siamese cat, was brought to the shelter, she couldn’t eat and she had a tumor the size of a quarter on her face. After some hard work and TLC, Simone is ready for adoption.