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In shelter Cat

Fort Mill, SC, 29715
Pet name:
Domestic Short Hair
*\tThis handsome character is Marlin. 
*\tHe is just over 3 years old and has been at the HSYC over a year now! 
*\tMarlin is tested, vaccinated, neutered and micro chipped READY to meet you.
*\tMarlin is quite the character who appreciates a slow introduction as in true cat form on his terms. 
*\tWe are ISO that perfect connection for Marlin where he will be the only pet in the household and your best friend. 
*\tWe know that being at the shelter impacts our FUR friends so we are confident as Marlin transitions into his FURever home where love and understanding abounds, he will make a great addition to the right family.
*\tIf this handsome boy grabs your hearts, call the Rescue today to make an appointment 803-802-0902.If you wish to meet me, please call the Humane Society of York County at (803)-802-0902 to schedule an appointment. Adoption consultations are by appointment only. Dog adoptions are considered for potential adopters within a 30-45 minutes radius due to required home visits.

Please refer to our website for adoption requirements:

To learn more about the HSYC, please visit our website at, Facebook page, or on Instagram at HumaneSocietyofYorkCounty

Thank you for your support.


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