Birthdate: 6/29/20Breed: One of a kindPsssst. You've got mail. Gmail. If you haven't been introduced, you should be. G is one of the most chill boys we've met. Feeling at home with us quite quickly, he is already living compatibly with other cats who are new to him. He can often be found lounging around, stretched out, belly up - chirping for some love from one of us. No ordinary black cat, Gmail has some rich chocolate undertones, hinting at a Burmese heritage somewhere in his lineage. His sweetly chatty personality, wonderfully expressive eyes and impressive body conditioning, make him even more appealing. Gmail is happy just to be with you. So respond "reply all" and find your new best friend. Before you can adopt, please complete an adoption application on our website at pawscrossedny.org/cat-adoption-application! Once your application is approved, you will be able to call to schedule an appointment. If you have any questions, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information. Please understand that we cannot hold any pets. All adoptions are done on a first come, first adopt basis for approved applicants.To schedule an appointment to meet our adorable cats and kittens, please call us at (914) 372-7878. Cat visits are limited to 15 minutes and all visitors must wear a mask. Thank you for your cooperation!!
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