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‘Coal’ the adoptable house panther likes to play hide-and-seek

Coal loves to play games, especially hide-and-seek.

The two-year-old female black domestic short-haired cat is up for adoption with the Animal Welfare League of Alexandria.

AWLA spokesperson Gina Hardter says that Coal has an encouraging personality.

“She’s always ready with a gentle head butt to let you know when you are scratching her chin just right,” Hardter said. “When Coal determines she’s the house panther for you, consider yourself lucky, because you have made a friend for life.”

Coal is currently staying with an AWLA foster caregiver, so to learn more about her and schedule time to meet her from her foster home, email [email protected] or call 703-746-4774 (opt. 2).

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