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Pet name:
Domestic Short Hair, Mixed
Black, White
 Ford is a true gentleman with impeccable manners to match his handsome tuxedo coat. His favorite activities include: eating, sleeping, playing with wand toys, anything cardboard, watching traffic and birds go by in the window, or relaxing with you on your couch.

Ford is the most patient cat I have ever fostered! He does not bite, scratch, or anything. If he wants you to stop petting him, he will take his paw and put it on your hand which is the cutest thing ever. Ford was not fostered with other pets, but I have been told that he may do well with other cats in the house based on his personality.

At first, Ford was a bit timid, and loves to have a safe space to call his own but has slowly improved and gotten braver. He is highly food motivated and has no issues using the litter box. Ford is a fairly big shedder so will need brushing every few days to help him out. Ford has chronic rhinitis (which just means he sneezes every so often and has a wet nose) and will require a dental cleaning within the next year. Besides that, he has been given a clean bill of health.

Please reach out to Jared at if you are interested in adopting Ford.

Age: 8 years
How I came to PAWS: Found stray
Animal ID#: A49282
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