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In shelter Cat

Kettering, Montgomery County, Ohio, U...
Pet name:
Domestic Long Hair
Beeker is a little more sociable than his littermate Bunson.  He’s still a little shy but if you scratch behind his ears, his purr motor gets going no problem.  Beeker loves playing with cats and dogs, as well as kids, provided they know how to be gentle.  Him being only being 4 months old, with a little patience and some TLC, Beeker should become quite the affectionate kitty.  Beeker loves playing with toys and climbing.  Beeker is very playful and if his future home has fur siblings, there won’t be a dull moment!  We recommend that Beeker has a scratching post and a cat tree in his future home to his love for climbing.  Beeker needs some time to adjust but once he does, you’ll have a buddy for life! We recommend keeping Beeker in a confined area of the home for a couple days to make sure he learns to use the litterbox.  Beeker is neutered, vaccinated, and microchipped.  He is a long-haired cat and his adoption fee is $75.***We now adopt out kitties by themselves or together. You are always welcome to adopt any single kitten or cat for $75 but will receive a reduced fee when adopting two at the same time. A pair of kittens/cats are $100 because we have found that where one kitty often does well alone, there can also be benefits for felines when being adopted in pairs.***  All of our animals are vaccinated, micro-chipped and spayed/neutered before being adopted.


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