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Sykes (Neutered)   

In shelter Cat

Marietta, OH, 45750
Pet name:
Sykes (Neutered)
Domestic Short Hair
Gray / Blue / Silver
Coat length:
Sykes is a handsome one-year old male kitty who was surrendered by his owner on August 11, 2022 along with his siblings (Angie, Lenny, Lola, and Oscar). Their owner had bottle-fed them and raised them since tiny babies, so they have been given much love in their young lives.

Sykes has a gray-and-white short smooth coat, a long tail, and a beautiful chubby face with large dark golden eyes, a pink nose, and extra-long white eyebrows and whiskers.  Sykes has a sober expression on his beautiful face but he is very friendly in spite of having the appearance of frowning.

Sykes had a calm, quiet personality when we stopped by to take his photos on several consecutive days, and he was content to either continue his cat naps or pose like a fine porcelain statue.  

Sykes was given vaccinations, wormer, and flea treatment on August 11, 2022.  

Sykes was neutered on August 22, 2022 and was also given rabies vaccine. He weighed 7 lbs that day.

Sykes is ready to find another great home where he will be spoiled (and loved) to his hearts content .

Rescue groups may contact our HSOV Feline Rescue Coordinator via email ( We can usually help with transportation.


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