Domestic Short Hair, Tuxedo
Black, White
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Mr DayZ is part of a litter we called “The Flower Children”. All were named after flowers and his original name was “Daisy“ because he was the most shy and we could not identify his parts LOL. Turns out he was a boy! Day-Z was born during the pandemic - his mom belonged to a mentally challenged man who was not able to socialize them and when the country shut down, was not able to get the support from family and friends that he once had. The kittens were unsocialized and all had contracted eye infections. One had an operation to remove her damaged eye and several others have scarring on the cornea where the infection ran it’s course. Day-Z has some corneal scarring in his right eye - we believe he has some sight and the eye does not bother him. We have moved Day-Z to a foster home - taking baby steps to help ease the transition into his eventual furever home. It takes him a while to warm up but he did have his favorite volunteers at our Adoption Center cat room who were able to pet him and he looked forward to getting their treats. Day-Z is looking for a quiet, adult-only home. He is used to living with cats and has some quiet senior dogs in his foster home. Day-Z has been neutered, vaccinated and tested negative for FIV/Leukemia. Please fill out an application at if your interest did in adapting DayZ. Adootion $50. 


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