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In shelter Cat

Anacortes, WA, 98221
Pet name:
Domestic Short Hair
Orange / Red
Sweet, gentle Cody came to us as a stray. After some initial shyness, he relaxed and blossomed into the mellow fellow youll find today. Now he is pleased to greet each new visitor.
Cody has the most calming presence! He has a soft little purr, and his eyes close with pleasure at your soothing touch.
Cody will happily settle into a quiet, adult only home with someone as calm and gentle as he is. He gets along well with other cats.
Cody is a senior cat and we dont know his exact age. Cody has had a comprehensive medical exam with full bloodwork and urinalysis. His bloodwork is healthy - no sign of kidney or other disease. We give him one tablet of prednisolone mixed with his food each morning to help with some GI symptoms he was having. Looking for a name for your new cat or kitten? See for the best selection of cat names. From funny cat names to truly exotic cat names, youre sure to find something purrfect for your new best friend! 9/24/22 11:14 PM

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