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In shelter Cat

Parkville, MD, 21234
Pet name:
Domestic Long Hair
Tabby (Brown / Chocolate)
Coat length:
Meet Bear!

This adorably handsome little fluffy boy is looking forward to being a member of a real family – he routinely greets his foster with happy meows, chirps and leg rubs (especially at meal time!) and has been a playful companion to his fellow foster and best buddy (‘Bodie’).  

He was a bit shy at first but is now quite comfortable in his foster room.  He gets occasional ‘adventure walks’ on a harness into the ‘inside wilderness’ of the foster’s home so has become more curious than nervous in the new environment. He gets a bit anxious when he spots the foster’s dogs but has handled the slow gradual bits of excitement quite well!   

His ideal home would ideally include his BF Bodie - or at least another kitty friend (he is young and submissive to other kitties but likes their company). He may need a chance to be fed separately if other cats push him out of the way (like his food-hog friend Bodie will do).   

He is not quite a year but will likely remain a small cat.

Bear is neutered, has age appropriate vaccines, negative for FIV and FeLV, and microchipped. 
He will come with all medical records.


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