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In shelter Cat

Ringoes, NJ, 08551
Pet name:
Domestic Short Hair
Meet Doby, hidden gem of the FIV+ Suite!

Walk down the suite hallway and you may be greeted with two glowing yellow eyes staring at you from the cat tunnel of the FIV+ Suite! Meet Doby. This big boy can be a bit nervous about people at first, but well excuse his shyness. As a former feral, the indoor life is still a little new to him.

Doby came to us after being trapped with a pelvic injury. Thankfully, Doby landed himself a cushy foster home to recover in, where he began to learn that humans arent so scary after all. While Doby is looking for an experienced, patient adopter who can work with him on breaking through his shyness, this young fellow still has plenty of love to offer the right family.

When it comes to other cats, Doby gets along with his feline roommates just fine. Doby enjoys hanging out with other cats and has even been seen grooming one of his besties before. As a former outdoor community cat, its no surprise that hes a fan of other cats.

This handsome boy is young and healthy. Doby has made a good bit of progress here at our sanctuary, but we know that a Forever Home that will allow him to blossom is out there for him! Do you think Doby is the one for you? Consider filling out an adoption application today!


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