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In shelter Cat

Hudsonville, MI, 49426
Pet name:
Domestic Medium Hair
Orange & White
Coat length:
Meet Oscar

Oscar came from a mobile home park in Grand Rapids. His feeder was moving and she wanted to insure he found a home. 

Oscar is a tad rough around the edges. He can co-exist with other cats as long as they do not get into his space. He can also get a little overstimulated. We are working on both of these with him. 

He would do better in a home that has a low energy cat or no other cats. No little kids. But we think he would likely be fine around a dog after a slow introduction. 

Oscar loves to be brushed, catnip, wet food, wand toys/laser, and gentle pets. He enjoys face scritches. He beats to his own drum and can get crabby when forced to do things he doesnt want to. I mean, a lot of us do... right?

We are estimating Oscar to be 3-5 years old. He received a dental cleaning June, 2022. If you think he might be a good fit for your family, please fill out the application listed below.
All of our adoptable cats come:

-Have at least 2 series of distemper vaccines, rabies if age appropriate
-Tested for FIV/FeLv
-Adult cat (1+year) adoption fee $85
-Kitten adoption fee $105

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