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In shelter Cat

Lyons, IL, 60534
Pet name:
Orange & White
Coat length:
Meet Ansel. This handsome 14mo old orange fella is curious, playful, and chatty. He loves other cats and would do well in a home with one or more. Hes come a long way from the hissing scared cat that used to hide from everything but is still leery of humans, hes slowly opening up. Hell just need a little patience. Hes independent and will gladly play with his toys and roam around or sit on his perch and look out the window if his kitty friends are napping. Ansel is a foodie who loves everything but sardines. Salmon, chicken, beef, shrimp, yes, please. And, this boy is all about energy efficiency and has been known to randomly flip a light switch. 

If youre looking for a kitty to Netflix and chill with, Ansel is your guy. He can sit for long periods of time and intently watch TV, especially if birds or lots of action are involved. He might not be Mr. snuggles just yet, but hes perfect if youre looking for companionship and conversation. 

Neutered and vaccinated, clean bill of health

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