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In shelter Cat

Anchorage, AK, 99524
Pet name:
Domestic Short Hair
Black & White / Tuxedo
The shelter has reopened during the week for visitation only from 7-9pm.  If you are intending to adopt, appointments are still being made on the weekends only. Purrlease call the shelter at 344-8808 & if someone is not there to answer your call, purrlease leave a message & a volunteer will return your call as soon as possible. Thank you for your continued understanding & support of AHS.

Gallo you are like a fine wine. Dignified, daPURR, oh so smooth and meowty fine. We also understand how you earned the name Gallo as you do make a meowgnificent entrance with your fancy strut and purrowness. Gallo came to AHS from AACC. He was not yet neutered and had a fractured canine. Gallo was having a rough and tough time outdoors. Thankfully at the AHS vet he was able to have that tooth extracted along with being neutered. He was recently neutered so it will take about a month or so for those pesky hormones to dissipate. What does that mean? Gallo may still be full of himself when interacting with other male cats. Once those hormones do dissipate, he will be more focused on furiendship building instead of “territory.” He is an exuberant & playful adolescent with the most piercing beautiful eyes, lovely round head and a purrfect smile. Gallo is affectionate, hilarious & even has the most adorable purrance when he dives into playtime! What a joy. Gallo has done well with many of the female cats at the shelter & has even had some snuggle time so we know he will do well with his continued socializing with others. He is a diamond in the rough & will be sure to purrovide you with endless chuckles & love.


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