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In shelter Cat

Fairfax, VA, 22030
Pet name:
Domestic Short Hair
Tabby (Orange / Red)
Coat length:
Since Helping Homeless Felines likes to help injured and disabled cats, we were the first rescue group contacted by a rural Maryland shelter about this absolutely adorable deep orange young tabby boy who was bitten by a big dog and had his jaw broken.
The staff at the shelter felt Tigger was too sweet and special to just sit in a cage waiting for a forever home...if one would ever come about.

Tigger has the entire package of a PURRFECT cat.  Sweet, playful, gentle and curious and full of love and energy.  His jaw has been surgically sutured but he can eat like there is no tomorrow.  He will always have a crooked jaw but it adds to his character and handsome face.

Tigger apparently lived with other cats and dogs. The staff at the shelter does not know why he was bitten by the dog but we feel he would be fine living with a gentle cat or loving dog.

Fully vetted and healthy.  Ready for Primetime.

Fostered in Fairfax, VA

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