In shelter Cat

Troy, Madison County, Illinois, Unite...
Domestic Short Hair, Mixed
Brown Tabby
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Blind, Anemic Briggs is completely vision impaired, but he's not blind to love. If you like lazy days filled with snuggles and naps, Briggs would be your perfect match! This quiet and gentle soul is a 7 years young angel with the absolute kindest heart. His dream home is one with plenty of quality time to spend with his people.  Briggs seems to enjoy the company of our other cats housed in our shelter, but he is not a big player. He is happiest sitting on the sidelines and watching the action from the safety of his kennel, doors wide open. He would probably prefer a home without dogs, but may adjust and be okay with older, calmer dogs who are just kind of over it socially, ya know? Older, considerate kids are a must, as he likes to know when he is being approached.  Briggs' adoption fee is $100, and he is neutered, combo tested and current on all vaccines. He has had his bloodwork done twice now, two weeks apart, and is consistent in testing a bit on the anemic side. We are happy to send additional bloodwork and notes to his adopter's vet for their records, but because he is a generally healthy and happy cat otherwise, we will not be continuing any further tests. Do you have a loving home to provide Briggs with nothing but comfort for the rest of his life? We sure hope so! Apply online at! Meet Partners for Pets' adoptable cats at the Glen Carbon Petsmart every Sunday of the month. All cats have been fixed, microchipped, vaccinated, tested for FIV and FELV, and have been treated for fleas, earmites, and worms. Adoption fees for cats are as follows: Kittens 1 year and under $110, Cats 1 year: $100 Previously declawed cats of any age: $135 Apply online at


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