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In shelter Cat

Seaford, Delaware, 19973
Pet name:
Domestic Medium Hair, Mixed
Please read the bio of the rescue you are interested in to insure you are a match

if you are a match the first step is to complete the online adoption application 

Job was surrendered to our rescue in May, in near death condition after being found on a farm. He was emaciated, eyes both glued shut by infection and barely eating or even standing up. Within a few days, with vet care and lots of effort on his foster mom's part, he rebounded.  Job has a cloudy eye and he might have to have his right eye removed, but he can see. This boy is locked and loaded.  Job is not afraid of anything.  He plays rough and will not be appropriate for young children. He gets along with dogs and cats that can hold their own with him.  If you are interested in adopting him, we will remain involved through his eye  surgery.  We just need a family who wants to give him a chance for a great life.

If you are interested in adopting please read the information here and then complete our online adoption application. One of our volunteers will contact you once the application has been processed.  If this animal is listed as a courtesy posting for another rescue please go to their website to complete the online adoption application.




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