Moo - Reduced Fee!   

In shelter Cat

Jefferson, Wisconsin, 53549
Domestic Short Hair
Black, White
Lost or found date:
Pet name:
Moo - Reduced Fee!
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I'm an extremely friendly and talkative boy who loves to be petted. I am hard of hearing, or possibly deaf, and this may be why I'm so vocal (cats who can't hear tend to vocalize a lot). I also have a head tilt but it doesn't bother me and just makes me even cuter. :)  I enjoy giving and receiving affection and will flop over on my back when you're loving on me. Being held is scary for me, though, which is common in cats. I promise that even though I don't like being held, I am a super affectionate guy! I seem to like other cats but I can be overly friendly with them, and will walk right up to a new feline acquaintance and invade their space. Most cats don't appreciate having a strange cat walk right up to them, but I could probably live with another cat if we are introduced to each other slowly and gradually. I'm looking for a forever home where I'll get lots of petting and snuggle time with my adopter. If you're searching for an exceptionally loving companion, I could be perfect for you! The shelter is celebrating the Summer of Love with half price adoption fees on all adult cats! I am currently staying at Petsmart West in Madison.


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