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In shelter Cat

Ringoes, NJ, 08551
Pet name:
Domestic Short Hair
Spend any time in our community room and you may occasionally here a purr loud enough to vibrate an entire desk. The little motor behind that rumble is our beloved Tux!

Tux is a mature, stately fellow, but he has the booming purr of a spry young fellow. He has the demeanor of a cat who has been through a lot in his time, but he is always friendly and ready to greet visitors. He enjoys long naps in his sunny window perches and cuddles with his cat friends, but he also loves to tussle with a catnip toy. In other words, Tux is the best of many worlds!

As a young stray, Tux was hit by a car. The impact crushed his pelvis, but he survived and eventually healed from his injuries. After the accident Tux was bounced around to four different homes before finding his way to Tabbys Place. Despite all hes been through, Tux is an all-around good guy. Hes wonderful with people, cats, and has even lived with a dog before.

Tux is grateful to finally have some stability and security in his life here at Tabbys, but he longs for a family to call his own. Could you be his match? Come and visit him during our public hours. Please see our Visit Us page for updated information.


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