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Code: BFT2022

Toby (Cute & Sweet)   

In shelter Cat

Middle Village, NY, 11379
Pet name:
Toby (Cute & Sweet)
Domestic Short Hair
Tabby (Tiger Striped)
Coat length:
Toby was rescued late one night after we got a call from a frantic woman about a cat being chased by kids into a playground. We ran there as fast as we could and found Toby cowering in fear against a cemented corner of the playground. He was so terrified that the woman who called us initially thought he was injured but he was just frozen in fear and did not want to move!

We are so grateful for her call. Now Toby is safe with us, relaxed, happy to be indoors and ready for a loving home to call his own!!

Toby is a beautiful kitty with a white and tabby-spotted harlequin-pattern coat.

Toby is on the smaller side and he has the cutest little face. He is incredibly gentle and very sweet. He loves to get comfy and roll over to relax next to you for some chin scratches and pets. Toby loves his catnip toys and he is a friendly boy who loves other cats.

A cat as special as Toby deserves a wonderful home. Will that home be with you?
Loving Strays Rescue, Inc.


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  3. American Veterinary Medical Association
  4. Veterinary Information Network
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