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In shelter Cat

Brooklyn, NY, 11212
Pet name:
American Shorthair
Tabby (Brown / Chocolate)
Coat length:
Meet Earnest, affectionately called Old Man, or OM.

We took in Earnest after an acquaintances family was leaving NY and said they were going to leave their pet of 16 years at the ACC! Knowing a grumpy old man was likely to not fare well over there, we took him in instantly. 

Earnest has learned to trust his foster humans and enjoys being petted and being in the same room as his foster dad.. He appreciates quiet time but will come seek you out when hes ready to hang. Nothing gets him going quite like his favorite Temptations Treats.

For an old man he is rather athletic! Not only does he easily hop from floor to chair to desk to catch the sun from the window, but he located a hidey house carelessly left atop the crated bed area we provided and climbs up and down with ease multiple times a day. 

Earnest is currently living with a senior female cat that is known to hate all other cats and hasnt shown interest in any of the other fosters that come his way. The perfect home for Earnest will be with a person who will enjoy having an independent yet oddball older cat looking to live out his time in a safe and loving environment.

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