Pet of the Week: tuxedo cat Eve French |

Pet of the Week: tuxedo cat Eve French

Emily Balser
Emily Balser | Tribune-Review
Eve French, a domestic short-haired tuxedo cat, is up for adoption through Paws Across Pittsburgh.

Everyone, meet Eve French!

This pretty girl is up for adoption through Paws Across Pittsburgh and is being fostered by a family in Ross.

Age: Between 6 and 8 years old

Breed: Short-haired domestic tuxedo cat

What she likes: She loves to cuddle and relax with you, and play with her toys.

Personality: She’s a little shy at first, but will warm up to you. She’s good around small dogs, but doesn’t get along with other cats. She’ll need a home where she’s the only cat.

If you’re interested: You can apply to adopt Eve French at or call 412-495-2799 for more information.

Emily Balser is a Tribune-Review staff writer. You can contact Emily at 724-226-4680, [email protected] or via Twitter .

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