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In shelter Cat

Germansville, PA, 18053
Pet name:
Domestic Short Hair
Orange / Red
Coat length:
An interview with Cider

Question: Can you give us some background on yourself, Cider?
Answer: I’d be happy to! I’m a 10 year old male and I came to the shelter in December 2021
 from an outdoor colony. I’m FIV/FeLV negative, neutered and up to date on my shots. 
Q: What are your best qualities?
A: I’m sweet, affectionate, friendly, and mild mannered. Oh and I’m pretty adorable too!
Q: We heard you had some health issues. How are you feeling now? 
A: When I got to the shelter, I had to have many teeth removed because I had stomatitis and a lot of my teeth roots were exposed. But ever since the dental extractions, I am feeling great!
Q: What kind of home are you looking for?
A: Since I’m a senior cat, I’m looking for a quiet home. I would like to be an only cat because I really love to have all of the attention for myself! So if you have a big heart and you’d like to help make a huge difference in my life, come adopt me today!
If you want a cuddly, affectionate cat, Cider is the one for you! In the video you can hear him purring!
 Apply at:
Call: 610-760-9009 ext 2
 Shelter hours Saturdays 12-4 PM.
 Sundays 9-11 AM with Appt.



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