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In shelter Cat

Gloucester, MA, 01930
Pet name:
Domestic Short Hair
Arlo is a very special boy! First off, he can do a killer impression of a pirate! Thats right, Captain Arghlo only has one eye, but this tough guy gets around no worse for wear without his depth perception. In fact, he is quite talented when it comes to batting around his toys. He can entertain himself endlessly by chasing a noisy ball all around the room. This charming and handsome boy loves to get attention from humans and also LOVES the other cats here at the shelter. Arlo was adopted from CAAA a few years ago, but was returned when his owner had to move and couldnt bring him along. Also, Arlo is a special needs kitty because he was previously diagnosed with urinary tract inflammation. This means he now eats a prescription diet to help prevent this from happening again and it will be important for his adopters to keep an eye on him for symptoms in the future. Okay, Arlo has one more secret to admit. Sometimes this kiddo has a little trouble with his litter box. Here at the shelter, its a rare mistake, but he does give in to temptation occasionally and pee outside his box. Well do everything we can to start his adopters off on the right track and hopefully he will steer clear of this issue in his new home! If Arlo has won you over and youd like to learn more, fill out an application to meet him in person!

Please visit the following section of our website if you are interested in adopting:


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