Benedict   

In shelter Cat

Laramie, Albany County, Wyoming, Unit...
Breeds:
Domestic Short Hair
Colors:
Black
Lost or found date:
16.06.2021
Pet name:
Benedict
Gender:
Male
Coat length:
Long
Description:
Alright alright alright (read in your best Matthew McConaughey voice pretty please and thank you)… it is I, Benedict! The debonair kitty you have been dreaming of! I am a tall, dark, handsome, and fluffy gentleman here to soak up all love and attention you can give me. As with my brother and two sisters, I was found orphaned as a wee baby and was bottle fed and cared for in a foster home filled with other kitty and pup siblings. I have a deep and rumbling purr that sounds like thunder, and I love to climb up onto your back and perch on your shoulder while you do things around the home. When I was only a couple of weeks old my foster found debris wrapped around the tip of my tail that cut off blood flow. When looking at my tail now you can see a slight indent near the tip where it makes my tail look a little quirky. A quirky tail to match my quirky yet sweet personality! Based off of my big paws my foster mama thinks I’m going to be a big fluff ball! As is the case with me…bigger is better! While I did not grow up around little kids, I think that with proper introduction I could make the best friend for someone. With anyone new I will walk right up to you and immediately win over even the hardest of hearts. My bright yellow green eyes seem to peer into your soul and I can immediately tell when you need some extra love. I will cuddle up with you whenever and wherever, especially when you are having a long day. I am an absolute gentleman when using the litterbox, and while I am on a free feeding schedule now, I can easily adapt to any schedule that would work in your life. Due to my need to love on you at all times, I can occasionally get under foot, so please keep that in mind when looking to adopt me into your forever family. Please reach out to this amazing rescue about meeting me or one of my fellow siblings (Bix, Bowen, or Bellamy) today!  At Laramie Animal Welfare Society, the first step to adoption is completing an adoption application on our website www.laramieanimals.org. Once submitted, your application will be reviewed by our adoption team which typically takes up to 7 days.  Keep in mind, the kitten/cat you’re interested in when applying may be adopted and no longer available by the time your application is approved. We do not place animals on hold.   Pending approval, your application is valid for 6 months. Also pending approval, you will receive contact information, so that you may inquire about the personalities of specific animals.   Due to COVID-19, we are highly encouraging foster homes and adopters to speak with one another via phone or video chat to limit in-person contact. If meeting in person at a foster home or at our adoption center, everyone is encouraged to wear masks and socially distance.   Adoptions for individual animals will occur by private adoption appointment. Because we are 100 % foster-based, appointments are scheduled pending staff, foster home, and vetting schedules.  Should you want to proceed with the adoption, a brief appointment will occur at our adoption center to sign adoption paperwork, receive medical records, and pay the adoption fee.    **Dog/Puppy applications -  Because of the large volume of dog/puppy applications we are receiving these applications may take longer to process, please be patient. We do not do first come first serve but we place the dog/puppy in the best suited home. If you have questions about the Dog/Puppy process please email Dogs@laramieanimals.org**

Location


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