In shelter Cat

Philadelphia, Houston County, Alabama...
Domestic Short Hair, Mixed
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 Lambchop is a big fluffy teddy bear whose main desire is to cuddle with everyone who walks through the door. Lamby is a big gentle middle aged fluff ball who is looking for a new family to spoil him with hugs, laps, laughs, love, and fantastic conversation. In a previous life, he was either a big teddy bear or a Labrador. If there was one word that would describe Lamby, it’s chill. New people, cats, dogs, sounds, cooking, full scale Armageddon…. He’s ready to calmly stroll over and check it out. Absolutely nothing phases him. He loves being a lazy part of anything that is going on. He’s a pretty low energy guy whose day consists of generally trying to lay/sleep within arms reach of someone who may be willing to scratch or hold him. He generally keeps my feet warm during the workday by using my feet as a pillow. If there is someone on the sofa, he will generally cuddle for as long as the person lets him. He is vocal when he wants to be and will hold extended conversations with you. Just be prepared, he has some very strong opinions about certain subjects, especially regarding feeding time and amounts. He is fantastic with all people and pets so far. To him, they are just a best friend that he has not met yet. (Hence why I think he is part Labrador). He will be most happy with another pet or 5 that want a friend. As willing as he is to check things out, he prefers that extraverted friend that wants to give him extended attention. This is especially important when you leave ,since he does suffer some separation anxiety. The ideal home would be one where there are multiple people (preferably working from home) and pets, so he is not left alone too often or for too long. Lambchop does have some arthritis, so he will not be climbing on everything or jumping all over the place. He does have a couple chronic medical issues that are currently being treated with easy medication and prescription food. Please reach out for more specific information. Age: 8 years How I came to PAWS: Rescued from ACCT Animal ID#: A-48795 ​I am not at the shelter. Please email my foster parent at to learn more about me!_____________________________________ To adopt a cat, complete the application at adopt a dog, complete the application at            Please reference this animal's ID NUMBER when inquiring. Learn more about PAWS' adoption process, locations, and more at:    __________________________________________Adoption fees include age-appropriate vaccinations, spay/neuter, and microchip. Adoption fees are as follows, plus tax: $150 for large adult dogs (older than 1 year); $250 for small dogs (under 25 lbs) and all puppies (under 1 year); $60 for adult cats (over 6 months of age), and $100 for kittens (under 6 months of age). When you adopt a pair of kittens together, the total adoption fee is $150. PAWS, the Philadelphia Animal Welfare Society, is a 501(c)3 non-profit animal rescue organization dedicated to saving Philadelphia's homeless and at-risk animals. PAWS is the city's largest rescue partner and provider of low-cost, basic veterinary care. Through our adoption locations, special events, and network of foster homes, PAWS finds loving homes for thousands of animals every year. PAWS is working to make Philadelphia a no-kill city where every healthy and treatable pet is guaranteed a home. Please visit for more information on adopting, fostering, volunteering, or donating. 


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