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In shelter Cat

Anoka, MN, 55303
Pet name:
Domestic Short Hair
My name is Dash! People tell me Im handsome and have the shiniest black coat! My name suits me as I like to "dash" around the house when Im feeling playful. I love when people talk and sing to me!

When I first came to my foster home I was terrified of people. So, I may take a while to warm up to my new family! Dont fear my grumbles, I will become a loving cat so fast! I do still get scared of loud noises and if you have people over, I dont know I will hide.

Since coming out of my shell I have gained so much trust! I love to chat with my people and absolutely love my foster cat and dog siblings. I really hope there is at least one other cat in my new home!

I love being up high and getting fresh air from screened windows. Watching the birds outside is a great perk too!

Im not overly picky when it comes to the foods and treats I eat. I love all kinds of dry food and most wet, but I do get weirded out by certain textures of food. Greenies and Friskies Party mix are my favorite treats. You may want to watch me though because I do tend to chew on tape from cardboard boxes!

 I love catnip and flying wand toys. Cat TV on YouTube is another one of my favorite things, but I do try to jump at the birds.

I know my foster family loves me and always will, but I cant wait to have a family of my own :) Could that be you?


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