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In shelter Cat

New Richmond, WI, 54017
Pet name:
Domestic Short Hair
Orange & White
Coat length:
James is one of our 40th Avenue Gang kitties - his DOB is approx. 11/15/2020.  The cats/kitties from this gang were part of a farm over-population assist project we helped with - the cats/kitties were pretty well taken care of on this farm as they had food & water, shelter and heat, but spays and neuters were beyond what the farmer could manage.  We are happy to report that there will be no more babies being produced on this farm.

James is one of our shyer cats from this group.  He is friendly when approached slowly and has great potential to become a wonderful companion - the adopter will just need to be prepared to give him the time and space that he needs to feel comfortable in a new environment.  He does great with other cats and would love to be in a multi-cat household.  He is also okay with well-behaved dogs.  Due to his reserved personality, we feel he would do best in a quieter home, perhaps an adult only home (or at least no toddlers that would not know how to respect boundaries).  

Our sweet James really is worth taking a chance on and if you think you might be a good match for him and would like to meet him, please visit our website to review our adoption policy and process and to schedule an on-site appointment.

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Gregorys Gift of Hope, Inc

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