ASPCA Pet of the Week: Mona

Thursday, November 21, 2013 - 11:45am
ASPCA Pet of the Week: Mona

Mona’s not the type of cat to rush into things. She’s a bit sensitive, and would prefer to get to know you before letting you pet her. But once you befriend Mona, you’ll see that she’s a sweet cat who loves attention! When she’s feeling relaxed, Mona will come out of her shell for lots of playtime with laser and wand toys.

Mona would do best in a quiet household with experienced cat-adopters, including teens 14-and-up. Adopt Mona today!

Mona is available for adoption at the ASPCA Adoption Center. If you are interested in adopting please call our Adoptions department in New York City at (212) 876-7700, ext. 4900. To learn more about Mona, please visit her page.

Wish you could adopt them all? There are other ways to help. This holiday season, do the next best thing for homeless animals by making a gift to the ASPCA.

ASPCA Pet of the Week: Mona

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Paul Bodnick

Got one just like her from Orange County Animal Services 2769 Conroy Rd, Orlando, FL(407) 836-3111. Periodically they wave their fee.

Audra Ashton B

I am sharing this sweet girl Mona and I rescued all 3 of my pets, 1 dog and 2 cats. Lots of love in my house and I help other animals too. I know Mona will get a great forever home soon! :)


Mona, you have the most soulful, pretty face. I know some good person will along soon to take you home and love you and cherish you.


Mona is just like one of my feline children. She has the most adorable face that simply melts my heart and I know someone will feel the same so I will share for that special person to see her. Have a good life Mona, you deserve it.

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You are soooo cute Mona. Just like my cats.

naurlene canterman

have 3 dogs so hubby says no more pets tho I do adore such darling cats-hope she finds a wonderful forever home.


yes she is that was my cat

Tony Fisher

This doesn't make up for the 19 they killed last week at Safe Haven in Delaware! Please DO NOT support ASPCA. All of your money goes to running those stupid sad commercials. The money you give them is spent on salaries and running those stupid commercials asking for more money. Don't pay for their scam!!

Anonymous This is a very worthy non profit doing TNR in NW PA, and donations are flatlining. Can anyone help out? Thanks!

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