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In shelter Cat

Ashland, OH, 44805
Pet name:
Domestic Short Hair
Tabby (Tiger Striped)
Coat length:
We love before and after photos. This was Ringo when he came looking for help. We got him the medical care he desperately needed, food, love and shelter. 

Ringo was rescued the beginning of July. He was finally able to come to us, from our vet, the beginning of September. He was one sick little kitten. 
Now Ringo is ready for his furrever home! He’s always playing, so a better photo is a challenge! Actually being healthy enough to play is fantastic for him! 

Ringo is very cuddly but very playful. He’s got a really soft brown tabby coat, and is currently housed with our other new kitten Birdie. When Ringo came to our vet at rescue, he weighed 1.1#. Today he weighs 2.6#! 

Ringo has tested negative for feline leukemia/FIV, is fecal negative, has had his distemper and leukemia kitten vaccines, treated for fleas and worms. He needs neutered, and his 1 year rabies shot, both are included in our kitten adoption plan. His DOB is estimated to be 6/9/2022.

Please consider adding Ringo to your family!


Originating Organization

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The Cat House - Feline Sanctuary Inc.

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