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In shelter Cat

Lincoln Park, NJ, 07035
Pet name:
Domestic Short Hair
Tabby (Brown / Chocolate)
If there is one word to describe Huckleberry it’s “kind”. Huckleberry always welcomes new fosters with open arms, shows them the way and helps socialize them with humans. He loves every cat he’s ever met. 

He’s a little derpy. Ok, he’s very derpy. His tongue is always sticking out. His vision is limited. It took him 2 days to figure out how to jump onto his foster’s lap. He drools when he’s happy. He wanders around the house talking to himself.

Huckleberry deserves a special home. He’s a very special kitty. He needs someone patient and as loving as he is. He needs at least one, if not more, kitties to play and snuggle with. He is so very loving and deserves someone who will return the love. There isn’t a mean bone in his body.

Huckleberry is a year old. He is neutered, vaccinated and FELV/FIV negative. He has been waiting patiently for his furrever home where he can get all the cuddles from both cats and humans. And to address any concerns about his eyes: they are what they are, they will not get worse or better and they do not bother him.

Note: Huckleberry has feline herpes. He hasnt had an outbreak since he has been in foster care. Most cats have some type of feline herpes that goes unnoticed but his created scarring and issues with his third eyelid. His eyes will not get worse or better. They are special, just like him. 

If you’re interested in adopting Huckleberry, you can fill out an application here:


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