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Big Boy   

In shelter Cat

Marco Island, FL, 34145
Pet name:
Big Boy
Domestic Short Hair
Oh boy! Here comes Big Boy into your life! Big Boy is a 3-year-old brown tabby male cat. Big Boys favorite things are to interact with other cats and to sit on the sofa with his humans for pets. He has a cute stub tail and was named Big Boy because he was the largest kitten in the litter. Dont miss out on this charming new boyfriend!

Big Boy has been available for adoption for over one year--lets spread the word and get Big Boy adopted!

Big Boy has a mild case of CH (Cerebellar Hypoplasia) so he is not much of a jumper. Cats are born with CH, to explain briefly about this condition: there is a lack of connection between a few of the motor nerves in the spinal cord that make them wobbly on their feet. They are not in any pain and the condition varies. Big Boys case is considered mild.

Due to Big Boys CH, kitchen counters are out of reach for him, so dont worry about leaving your favorite snacks out!

He is neutered, tested, treated, up to date on vaccinations and microchipped.

This is a courtesy listing from For the Love of Cats. Big Boy is available for adoption for $75 from Camp Many Paws. Please contact Gwen (302) 858-1393 or via email:

Our Courtesy Listings help local organizations and our community amplify the voices of cats in need. Lets find Big Boy his loving furever home! 9/23/22 9:44 AM

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  3. American Veterinary Medical Association
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