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In shelter Cat

Chicago, IL, 60660
Pet name:
Domestic Long Hair
Coat length:
This handsome lion cut man is Sharky! Sharky is around 2 years old, and loves every human he meets! He is vaccinated, FIV+, and has already been neutered. Sharky is a bit of a bully, and would be happiest in a home where he can have all of the attention without sharing it with another cat sibling. Further personality information & photos to come - but in the mean time, email to make an appointment & see if you fall in love! 

Felines & Canines is located at 6379 N. Paulina St. in Chicago and is open for adoptions seven days a week. All cat adoptions are currently done by appointment only - to schedule your appointment & complete an application email 

Our standard cat adoption fee is $150, and the adoption fee for declawed cats in $175. Due to the amount of medical care we invest in each of our animals, we do not offer discounts when adopting more than one pet. We do same-day adoptions and do not place holds on animals. Please visit our adoption process/policy page for full details:

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