Domestic Long Hair
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Yogi was adopted from the Montgomery County Animal Shelter as a kitten in 2012. He is a neutered, long haired, black male. He was my foster but I fell in love with his personality and added him to our family of 2 other cats. He gets along well with other cats but is wary of dogs as he has never been around dogs on a regular basis. He has been an indoor/outdoor cat all his life and is used to a cat door. He is in and out during the day and indoors at night.  Yogi is housebroken and uses a litter box.  He is a truly affectionate cat to his primary owner and displays what I call "dog like" characteristics in his behavior. He is wary and shy with new people but is quick to warm up to someone that makes the effort. He is microchipped and current with all his shots. I know he will make someone a wonderful companion and I'm looking for him to find a super loving home.


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