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Adopt Caressa a Bombay

Female Bombay in Brookfield, Illinois

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Posted: June, 2019
Listing #: 16953276
Homeless: No
Gender:
Female
Breed: Bombay
Location: Brookfield, IL
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Adopt Caressa a Bombay

Caressa is a very pretty girl with lovely eyes. Still a young lady, she loves to play until she is tired, then curl up in your lap for a nap. She's very playful, and would love to have a pal at home to play with! Caressa has the true soul of a hou... see more at Petfinder.com

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