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In shelter Cat

New Richmond, WI, 54017
Pet name:
Domestic Short Hair
Black & White / Tuxedo
Coat length:
Easton arrived as part of a farm help project we have been working on.  We had made a sweep of the farm approximately 5 months prior to his arriving and had gotten all of the cats on the farm at that time so, we can only conclude that Easton was another dumpee - the only good thing about this is that Easton wasnt alone, he had his brother Wells with him.  Why people think it is okay to dump kittens out into the country is beyond our comprehension.  So thankful that the farm hand noticed these two early on and contacted us to get them into rescue.  So, welcome Easton (and Wells)!

Easton is a little on the shy side but he does allow petting if approached slowly - hes learning to trust and is making huge strides in that area.  Hes playful and snuggly with the other cats in his room and seems to enjoy their company - all of them!  :)  He has started to come up to visitors on his own and shows curiosity.  He will need a patient adopter but we are certain, given the space to adjust at his own pace, and lots of love during that time, he will flourish and become a great companion.

Easton loves a laser toy, is motivated by treats, and fancies a big soft bed to curl up and take a nap in.  

If you would just take a few minutes to meet him, we think youll see just how sweet and adorable this young fella is.  What do ya say?  Let us introduce you to this cutie.

(Note, the other cat in the photo with Easton is James.)

Easton has a DOB of approx. 8/19/21.

To meet Easton, first visit our website ( to review our adoption process and requirements.  You can schedule an on-site visit via our website as well.


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