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In shelter Cat

Pacific Grove, CA, 93950
Pet name:
Domestic Short Hair
Blackburn is a sleek and shiny 2-year-old black cat with a super sweet and friendly personality. He was adopted from AFRP as a kitten, and returned to our care when his guardian could no longer care for him. Originally from the Salinas Animal Shelter, Blackburn was bottle fed in foster care as a tiny kitten, and hes grown up to be a happy, affectionate and athletic adult. He enjoys playing tag and fetch, and he loves watching birds and squirrels from the windowsill. Blackburn loves people and is a fabulous companion, but he is anxious around other cats and dogs, and he needs to be a single pet in the home. His litter box habits are great as long as his person uses Dr. Elseys Cat Attract litter and continues to keep him on Hills Urinary Care C/D cat food. Like many cats, Blackburn can nip when overstimulated, and hell do best in an adult household or with kids over age 10. Please visit to check this cats most recent adoption status and to fill out an online adoption application. Meet and greets can be arranged once an application is approved. Due to COVID, preference is given to residents of Monterey County and Santa Cruz County, CA


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