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In shelter Cat

Cape May Court House, NJ, 08210
Pet name:
Domestic Short Hair
Tabby (Gray / Blue / Silver)
Coat length:
This is a story about reinventing TOM. Tom came into the shelter in 2017 as an "unwanted stray" He was hanging around houses in Avalon looking for food. Tom was a bit feral, scary and as shelter cats go, they get over looked and have no chances of being adopted. as house pets. Tom became a floor cat after a year so he lived freely with other cats in the shelter. Tom started to become more friendly towards people and as years passed the other cats started picking on him and he lost a lot of weight. After blood work and vet visits, it was determined he was just not fitting into the shelter environment. Tom now lives in a cage and loves attention. He is about 7 years old and looking healthy. He will be frightened when he moves into an actual house but this guy is worth the effort.  You will be truly rescuing a shelter cat if you give this guy a chance.

The shelter has an appointment only policy. We ask potential adopters to fill out our application, prior to a scheduled meeting. The staff is very accommodating, and we welcome any inquires.

This link will take you to our adoption application.


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