Meet Taz
Species Cat 
Breed Domestic Shorthair/Mix 
Age 12 years 10 months 20 days 
Gender Female 
Size Small 
Color Orange/White 
Spayed/Neutered  
Declawed Yes 
Site Humane Society for Hamilton County 
In a shelter full of unwanted animals, the luckiest ones aren't brown, black, or white. They're orange. And it all comes down to genetics. ~ Cattime.com

Taz is a rather unusual little girl. Most orange tabbies are male. As a matter of fact, orange tabby cats are about 80/20 male to female. She is also very special because of her winning personality. She has spent a good deal of her time at HSHC hanging out with the office staff. She regularly naps on stacks of paper, laptops, and the available lap.

Taz is active, curious, spunky, friendly and an attention seeker. She wheezes sometimes but is otherwise healthy. Here is the most surprising fact. Taz is a small 12-year-old orange and white tabby. She is very thin but still very active! Taz was surrendered by her owners in September 2016, because a child in the home is allergic. Their loss will be your gain.
Her front paws are declawed which has resulted in back pain. It is recommended that Taz uses senior litter, a low entrance litter box, pet steps, and be given pain meds for the pain. Because of her back sensitivity, she does not like to be picked up. She is also hyperthyroid which is easily treated with medication.

Taz would love to have a family to show how spunky and fun she can be. Consider adding a little Taz to your life!
She qualifies for the PAWS program if you are 55 or older. 5/8/17