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Posted: Thursday, January 2, 2014 4:45 am

Noelle is an exquisite 4 year old with beautiful blue eyes, lovely and distinctive markings, and the elegant build of a Lynx Point Siamese. There’s a lot more to this charming gal than just her good looks though. Noelle is a sweet, affectionate kitty who seeks attention from her people. When you enter the room, Noelle runs over to greet you and extends her paws toward you in a gesture that invites you to pet her. In addition to petting, Noelle enjoys cuddling — she even likes being held like a baby. She enjoys playing with and attacking wand toys or any toy you toss across the room.

Noelle really enjoys the companionship of other friendly kitties. She has a great time sharing toys, running around, and wrestling with them. When playtime is over and it is time to recharge, Noelle is just as content to lounge around with them as well. Noelle is the complete package: beautiful, playful, and loving towards people and kitties alike. She will make a wonderful addition to just about any home.

For more information on Noelle, or other deserving animals, call Reducing Animal Euthanasia at Shelters through Commitment and Underlying Education at (480) 598-9410 or visit www.azrescue.org. The cost of adoption is $125 for cats and $150 for dogs, which includes spaying and neutering and some inoculations.

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