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In shelter Cat

Duncan, OK, 73533
Pet name:
Domestic Short Hair
Meet handsome Laken!

Laken is a short hair male, aged 1 year. He has a cute, white and black coat and gorgeous, golden eyes. He also has a crooked, short tail. He is friendly, talkative and social. He gets along well with other cats in our open cattery and has great litter box manners.

Laken was found at Clear Creek Lake and was brought to us for responsible rehoming. He tested negative for FIV and FeLV and is receiving monthly parasite preventatives. He is current on yearly vaccinations and has been neutered.

Laken is available for immediate adoption, and he cannot wait to meet you! Please call us at 580-252-7387 or send us a Facebook message, if youd like to meet sweet Laken!For more information, please email Stephens County Humane Society at, or call us at 580-252-7387 (PETS). Our animals are spayed/neutered, UTD on shots, and treated for ticks, & fleas. Cats are tested for FeLV & FIV; and dogs are tested for heart worms.

Normal adoption fee for cats is $75.00; and $100.00 for dogs, but we frequently have specials running and/or animals who have had their adoption fee sponsored, so ... call us! Let us help you find your next fur-baby!


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