S'Mores and Dunkin   

In shelter Cat

Knoxville, Knox County, Tennessee, Un...
Domestic Short Hair, Mixed
White (Mostly)
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S'Mores and Dunkin
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S’mores and Dunkin are fun-loving brothers about 3-1/2 months old (DOB about 4/1/21).  Dunkin is a classic gray tabby while S’Mores is a white tabby (white with gray tabby patches).  DUNKIN IS BLIND IN ONE EYE.  They had He had a horrible upper respiratory infection that went untreated before being turned into a shelter.  The lack of treatment caused him to lose sight in that eye.  He will not require any further treatments, but he probably has very limited, if any, vision in that eye.  They are full of positive energy, both spiritually and physically.  They LOVE everyone as soon as they meet them.  They love to rub against your face and snuggle.  They are VERY playful and active.  They love to play with toys or other animals and are never bored.  They like to be held and to snuggle.  They get along great with cats, and we think they’d be great with dogs and kids.  They are negative for feline leukemia and aids, had their first distemper vaccine, been wormed, had advantage for fleas, and been vet checked and neutered.  Additional vaccines included in the adoption fee.  May be adopted separately, but discount for two.  Preference will be given to adopters who have a young playmate companion for the kitten, if only one is wanted. If interested in these cutie pies, please contact Holly at 865-671-4564 or hhfrey1@tds.net  


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