Prince Hairy   

In shelter Cat

Austin, Travis County, Texas, United ...
Domestic Long Hair
Lost or found date:
Pet name:
Prince Hairy
Regal, Confident, Sweetly Bossy At Prince Hairy's age, he's used to things a certain way: please pet him, but here and not there. Please continue to pet him, but know when petting time is over. He happily accepts head scratches, sitting in your lap, and your love! He will purr and chirp his approval and appreciation. Prince Hairy is a majestic guy who needs the dignity of a home and throne (your lap)! He promises not to scratch anything (he is front-declawed), though he may give you a nip to remind you where the no-petting zones are on his body. Prince Hairy *might* be a little moody in the shelter, but can you blame him? He should be snoozing on the sofa next to you, not sitting in a kennel waiting for you to show up. He'll need some time to get used to his new people, his new home, and his new life, so be patient and kind with him. Contact us today to help Prince Hairy reclaim his throne! Before his stay with APA!, Prince Hairy had been declawed. As a result of this he must remain an indoor cat. All APA! cats are fully vetted, spayed or neutered, and have updated vaccines and a microchip. Lifetime support is offered by our Cat Behavior Team. For further information or to meet Prince Hairy, please email


  1. American Humane Association
  2. Peeva
  3. American Veterinary Medical Association
  4. Veterinary Information Network
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