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Mr. Sweetpea   

In shelter Cat

Columbus , OH, 43212
Pet name:
Mr. Sweetpea
Gender:
Male
Breeds:
Domestic Short Hair
Date:
09/22/2022
Colors:
Black
Size:
Medium
Age:
Adult
Coat length:
Short
Description:
Mr. Sweetpea is a handsome boy who was found wandering in a feral cat colony as a stray. At about 3 years old, hes about the sweetest guy youve ever met - hence his name!!
Isnt he cute?  One look at his little face and youll fall in love!  And he has the cutest beauty mark by his little nose!

Mr. Sweetpea lives to be loved!  His goal in life is to snuggle in your lap, get pets, love on you, and just chill out!  He is a happy, well adjusted cuddly boy!

Mr. Sweetpea lived outside and was used to being among other cats, but like most cats, he will still need a careful introduction to a new cat if coming to live with other felines!

Also like many cats, while living outside, Mr. Sweetpea was exposed to and has tested positive for FIV.  Please read on below, and you will find out that FIV cats can live long, healthy lives, and even live with other cats!
Mr. Sweetpea is a great cat who will make a great companion!

Mr. Sweetpea is in a foster home right now but if you’d like to meet him, just fill out an adoption application and we will arrange it right away!  
To get the application, go to
http://www.buckeyepetpartners.org/div.html

FIV, or Feline Immunodeficiency Virus, is an immune system virus, meaning a cat could have a reduced ability to fight infection if they get sick. 
Most FIV-infected cats live many years—sometimes their entire lives—without any visible effects from the virus, so an FIV-positive diagnosis is not cause for alarm.
FIV is primarily transmitted through a deep bite wound. Non-aggressive cats pose no danger to other cats. Once neutered, most cats are not aggressive.
The virus does not spread through mutual grooming, sharing food and water bowls, or sharing a litter box. Humans cannot get it.
The virus has a long incubation period, meaning that a cat who tests FIV-positive may live free of FIV-related disease for a lifetime!
Did you know that almost all shelters now adopt out FIV cats? 
FIV cats deserve a good loving home just like any other cat!

All of our cats are completely vetted and litterbox trained. All animals live in a pet and kid friendly foster home before going up for adoption. The health of our animals physically and mentally are our top priority. BPP strives to place animals in great homes efficiently to ensure less stress on the animal. 90 percent of our cats are adopted out within 3 months or less and we have a 1 percent return rate after adoption.

We approve applications within 48 hours and ask finalization in most cases to happen within two days of approval.

Applications can be filled out online at our website at www.buckeyepetpartners.org or at one of our 4 PetSmart Partner locations. We adopt out in order approved applications are received. We suggest if you’re interested in a cat especially small kittens please submit ASAP as they get adopted quickly.

All of our animals come with medical records given at time of adoption! 
We offer a 14-day money back trial to insure a good fit for the animal and family!  And we offer a lifetime return if for any reason you are unable to care for one of our pets in the future.

We are a 501 3c Organization founded in 2018 and have place hundreds of animals year to date. Thank you for your interest in our adoptables.

Location


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