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Pet name:
Domestic Long Hair, Maine Coon
Coat length:
Loads of fun and cute, cute, cutePrecious boy with loving heart seeks a home of his own!

Scamp lcouldn't be cuter. He's a little lover with a bunch of personality. His ears say it all. "What's going on" and the ears go back. "Love you" and the ears come up. He loves high places, jingly toys, and pets.

Scamp is the cat raised by possums. His foster family found him as a tiny kitten, living behind their barn with a few possum adolescents. He was fending for himself and if you'd seen his scruffy fur, dirty face, and bad manners, you wouldn't recognize him. Now his fur is sleek, he has the physique of a romance novel cover cat, and the personality of a star.

Scamp needs a home, maybe with some children, maybe not, to give him the love and cuddles and ear scritchies he deserves.  He's already discovered that the eats never end once you've been rescued!

To meet this doll face baby, go to his webpage at and click the adoption link under his photo to fill out the easy online application. His foster family would be glad to arrange a meeting.

Scamp's adoption fee of $125 is used to rescue more possum babies. Er...kitties.


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