Domestic Short Hair
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Hi, my name is March. Why you ask? Because I arrived at TJO waaaayyyy back in March!!! I am one of the 30+ WUO cats that have arrived at TJO this year. WUO means Wound of Unknown Origin. That means when TJO vet gave me my exam she found wounds on me consistant twith being bit/scratched by another animal. When that happens we are required by law to stay at the shelther for 4- months for a Rabies Quarantine! I'm here to tell you we cats are safer and live much better lives indoors!! I have proven myself to be quite the love bug over my months at TJO. If you like big, biscuit making kitties, I may be the cat for you!! I may get overstimulated so older teens and up would be best. OTHER PETS: We are unsure. Slow proper introduction would be necessary.OWNER EXPERIENCE: Some Experience KIDS: Adults onlyACTIVITY LEVEL:Couch Potato, somewhat playful VETERINARY CARE: Routine LEVEL OF SOCIALIZATION:Minimal GROOMING:Minimal


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