Featured Cat of the Month
Buddy is a sweet, gentle big boy who will win your heart when you get to know him. Buddy loves to be by your side; he is a loyal guy and so happy to show you how much he appreciates you. When you return from being gone all day, he will run up to greet you like a puppy dog and stand on his hind legs for you to pet and love on him. Buddy has his favorite places to lay and picks places that are half his size.
Buddy recently lost his owner who was his best friend and it took him some time to adjust to his loss. Lucky who came in with Buddy (not bonded) already found his forever home; now Buddy awaits his.
Buddy would thrive in any loving home. He is a sweet cat, full of love and enjoys being around humans who love him. An owner with another cat with a low-key temperament would be ideal for Buddy to hang out with. He needs an owner that wants to give him extra attention now and throughout his golden years. Kids are fine if gentle with him. He has never been exposed to dogs.
He is already neutered FIV/FeLV tested negative, Avid micro-chipped, de-wormed and has all necessary shots.He is ready to go to a loving home. Adoption fee is $125
Download an adoption application today! If you cannot adopt, please share with others to help Buddy find a “furrever” home.
You can also help by donating to sponsor his care. Or you can help by providing an item from our Wish List!
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