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Name Hera
Type Cat
Breed Bengal
Gender Female
Age Adult
Color Orange & White
Size Large
Status adoptable
Attributes  Spayed Neutered    House Trained    Declawed    Special Needs    Shots Current  
Environment  Children    Dogs    Cats  
Meet Hera: Your New Best Friend

Name: Hera
Age: 2 years old
Color: Orange and White
Gender: Female

Are you looking for a sweet and friendly feline companion? Look no further than Hera, a charming 2-year-old orange and white kitty with a heart of gold. Hera is a gentle and affectionate cat who loves people and is always ready to make new human friends. Her striking orange and white coat is as beautiful as her personality, and she has a knack for brightening up any room she enters.

Hera is a true people-lover. She enjoys curling up next to you on the couch, purring softly as you stroke her fur. She’s always up for a good cuddle session and will happily follow you around the house, eager to be part of whatever you’re doing. Whether you’re reading a book, watching TV, or just relaxing, Hera will be right there with you, providing warmth and companionship.

While Hera adores humans, she prefers to be the only pet in the household. She’s not fond of other cats or dogs and would thrive best in a home where she can be the center of attention. Hera’s ideal home is one where she can enjoy plenty of love and affection from her human family without having to share her space with other furry friends.

Hera is spayed, up-to-date on her vaccinations, and in excellent health. She’s litter-trained and has a sweet playful demeanor.


If you’re ready to welcome a loving and loyal companion into your life, Hera is the perfect choice. Come meet her and see for yourself just how special she is. Hera can’t wait to find her forever home and share her boundless love with you!

Contact New Hope Animal Rescue today to schedule a meet-and-greet with Hera!

Adopt Hera and give her the loving home she deserves. She’ll repay you with endless purrs, cuddles, and companionship.

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