No, there is no factor in the numerator that is the same as the factor in the denominator so there is way to cancel. Notice thaty if you simply put x= -9 in the fraction you get which does not exist ("is infinity"). The limit does not exist.
It is only when you get "0/0" that you can factor and possibly get a limit.
If you expect this to have a limit, you might want to check that you copied the problem correctly!