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In shelter Cat

Fort Lauderdale, Broward County, Flor...
Pet name:
Domestic Short Hair
Prince is named after the musician Prince because we got him a few days after his death in May of 2016. He was completely covered from head to toe with mange, once he was fully recovered we were able to release him in one of our cat rooms. He was feral when we first got him and he still is shy and only likes to be petted on his terms. When you call his name he'll look at you, squint his eyes, meow and run away. He knows you're talking to him and he gets very shy about it. If you have a bag of treats in your hand then hes not so shy anymore. Estimated to be born October 2015 and is around 10-12 pounds.To meet this adoptable pet, please fill out an adoption application at and a team member will contact you to schedule an appointment.PLEASE NOTE: We require all interested parties to come to the shelter to meet the pet, complete an adoption application, and interview with our Director. We do not do same day adoptions or ship animals. For additional information on our adoption policies, visiting hours and directions please go to Abandoned Pet Rescue.


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