Turkish Angora, Mixed
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Please contact Jamie ( for more information about this pet.   Meet Dale! Dale is a handsome 1-year old Turkish Angora mix that came to the rescue severely sick. Dale's future was unknown. After coming into our care the rescue believed that Dale may have been abused in his previous home. He started having seizures which we have now found out is due to potential head trauma which has now caused him to have epilepsy. Due to this Dale will need to remain on medication for the rest of his life. Dale can be shy when he first meets you but once he warms up he is a total love bug. Dale is very sweet and loves to snuggle up in his cozy cat beds. He loves to be pet and loves to just lounge around. Dale is good with other cats. He kind of just keeps to himself. He has not been around dogs and would probably do best in a home with no dogs. Dale is good with calm or older kids. He is all up to date on his vaccines, micro-chipped, neutered and tested negative for Felv and Fiv. His adoption fee is $100.  If you are interested in adopting Dale please fill out an adoption application at this link: { Please be sure to answer all parts of the questions thoroughly to ensure no delay in the process. Thank you! }  


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