Havana (Courtesy Post)   

In shelter Cat

San Jose, Santa Clara County, Califor...
Russian Blue, Domestic Short Hair, Mixed
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Havana (Courtesy Post)
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Havana is a very sweet older male Russian Blue mix. He is a stray in a residential neighborhood in Martinez, in the north east Bay Area. He's calm, talkative, and very friendly. He stays by his human's side for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. He doesn't stray far and it is always easy to find him. No one knows his history. People say he has been around for a long time with no home. Neighbors who know him and feed him would like to see him find a forever home where he can live out his senior years. Havana might prefer to be an only pet, as he does not get along well with other cats, and his caretakers don't believe he would enjoy dogs. This has prevented him from being adopted by a few families in the area. He once went to the veterinarian to have a scratch cleaned, and after that he lived indoors for a little while to heal. He used his litter box with no problem.  He is looking for an indoor retirement, but may appreciate a catio outdoor option.  Havana is not owned by The Dancing Cat. To arrange to meet him or find out more, email us at courtesy@thedancingcat.org.


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