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In shelter Cat

Port Chester, NY, 10573
Pet name:
Domestic Short Hair
Orange / Red
Coat length:
Meet stunningly handsome big boy Blaze. This handsome fellow is a very easy going, gentle love bug who likes to plop all 17 pounds next to you. Blaze is an independent cat who likes to lounge, but sometimes gets a burst of energy and enjoys playing with his toys. His favorites are string toys and chasers. While relaxing after a meal, he doesn’t mind any attention you throw at him, including belly rubs. Although he’s not a lap cat, he will find his way onto the couch and sleep next to you.

Hobbies: Looking out windows, resting on his back with his feet in the air (so cute), and pretending to be a baker (kneading).

This young boy (about 3 years old) would be fine with other mellow, easy going cats or in a home all by himself to get all the love and attention.

Blaze is neutered, vaccinated, negative for FIV and FELV, treated for any potential fleas or parasites and ready to purr into his forever home.
To inquire about handsome Blaze, please email or call Joan at (718) 671-1695. You can also complete our digital application at

The digital application is also available by clicking the link below.

Approximate DOB 4/20/2019


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