This beautiful kitty is out Pet of the Week. Her name is DAMA and she is available for adoption (for FREE) at It Takes a Village. Her adoption fee has been sponsored, which means she is FREE to the right loving home.

DAMA is a 2-year-old domestic short hair who recently became the mother of four adorable kittens. Her babies have already begun their own adventures, and now it's time for momma to find a forever family.

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Our friends at It Takes a Village say that DAMA enjoys the companionship of humans and other cats, but she also possesses a confident and explorative spirit and is always eager to embark on new adventures.

If you're ready to provide DAMA with the love, care, and companionship she deserves, please don't hesitate to make her part of your family and allow her to have a fresh start. Take the first step by filling out an online adoption application. Don't miss the opportunity to adopt her for FREE!

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All of the animals at ITV are examined by a veterinarian, given age-appropriate vaccinations, dewormed, microchipped, spayed or neutered, and FIV/FeLV-tested.

If our pet of the week isn’t the right fit for your home, please visit It Takes a Village to see the other rescues that need to get fostered and adopted. And don't forget about their RENT A DOG Program. A quick fill form and copy of your photo ID will allow you time out with one of ITV's vetted shelter dogs. These day dates are great for the rescues - it gets them some exercise and new information to help us get them adopted. It’s been a big hit- so don’t miss out!

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