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Pet name:
Domestic Short Hair
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Please contact Aminda (, (608) 512-8162 for more information about this pet.
Thank you for your interest in adopting or fostering. Rescuing one cat won't change the world, but it will change the world for that cat. 

Adin is a complete sweetheart with a long elegant build and super cute extra big ears! He is very assertive about affection and loves to be scooped up and cuddled. He is particularly fond of catnip toys and requests that he go to a home that can provide him with lots of them!
He was found as a stray by Wissahickon Park and found to have a chip registered to someone who lived quite far away in another section of the city. The former owners were notified daily for a week but never got in touch. He is such purrfect young gentleman so we cannot imagine what must have gone wrong! He would love a home where he can be someone’s best friend and not compete with other kitties. He is wary of dogs but if a dog is respectful we think he could learn to coexist with one.  

If you want to meet this sweet cat, please submit an 

 on our website: .  All our cats are up-to-date on vaccines, housebroken and ready to go home.

And if you can't adopt but would like to help, fostering is always an option! Fostering one (or more) of our other irresistibly cute feline companions makes space available to save more lives.

You can also schedule a play date and meet 12 of our affectionate rescues by visiting Le Cat Cafe at 

2713 W. Girard Ave

. Schedule a visit today!


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  1. American Humane Association
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  3. American Veterinary Medical Association
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