In shelter Cat

Center Township, Indiana County, Penn...
Domestic Long Hair
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Hello! I'm Harrison and I'm the bestest man here! Eyes? Who needs em. I get around just fine even if I'm a bit slow about it. I love to snuggle and give head butts. I'll fall asleep in your lap as well. Sometimes I like to be wrapped up in a blanket when we cuddle. It may take me some time to memorize my new room and home but I'll adjust just fine. When I was with my foster mama she had other kittys and I liked the company so if you have other FIV kittys at home that should be no big deal. Oh yeah, That FIV thing? It's not too big a deal. Talk to one of our shelter staff about that FIV thing so you can learn more about it. One thing that I do that may be startling is if I get a bit irritated I will slowly get my head and lightly nip you, it's nothing hard but just something to give you a warning, but I've never hurt anyone or anything by doing this. Please give me a chance! I am a wonderful man that needs a good, caring, and loving home! Please remeber to keep checking my profile for updates as the staff gets to know me better!The Adoption Fee Includes:- initial feline distemper combination vaccination- first deworming or stool check- rabies vaccination (for animals over 3 months of age)- AVID microchipping- FeLV/FIV testing- flea treatment/preventative- spaying or neuteringAdoption Cost: $75.00


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