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In shelter Cat

Brea, CA, 92822
Pet name:
Domestic Short Hair
Scar is a sweet boy but is still on the shyer side. He does well when he knows you but can be scared of new people and change. He really enjoys climbing and hanging out on his cat tree. He likes to observe everything from above and keep a close eye on what everyone is doing around the house. He likes to sleep in drawers and cuddle up on the softest blanket he can find. He also loves sleeping by the window and sunbathing. Hes not a big fan of being picked up by humans but does engage with people on his own terms. His favorite toys are wand toys and he can play with them all day long. He also likes wrestling with his brother. He does well with other cats but would prefer a home with no dogs. His brother Mufasa really helps him to feel more confident, so we are requiring that these two find a forever home where they can stay together. Scar needs a low-key family who can be patient and understanding of the time it takes him to come out of his shell and feel comfortable. Once he does, it will be so worth it. Please say that you will open your home and heart up to these two amazing young brothers, they are in need of a forever family and are hoping to join yours soon.


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