Hi, my name is Eddy! I am 3 years old and was surrendered to the shelter because someone in my family developed allergies to me. If you are looking for an independent cat, then I am your boy. I like to be pet on occasion but I do best when I left to myself to wander around the home and watch what's happening. I have lived with other cats and dogs. I played with the cat and ignored the dogs. My previous family said I can be kind of cranky so no small kids for me please! If you want a cat to treat like a king and not expect anything in return, apply for me today!My adoption fee is $30. Adoption applications can be filled out at CCHS or online through our website, www.cchs-petshelter.org. Applications are not first come, first served. All applications will be reviewed by the adoption committee and the home chosen will be the one considered to be the best match. All cats and kittens have been vaccinated for Distemper, dewormed and microchipped. If old enough, they will also be vaccinated for Rabies, blood tested for FeLV/FIV, and vaccinated for Feline Leukemia. Cats and kittens will be spayed or neutered before adoption.CCHS is proud to be a No-Kill Humane Society. As a private, non-profit charity, our work depends on donations and volunteers to keep going. We are committed to helping the animals that enter our doors and finding each the best possible forever home.
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