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In shelter Cat

Rochester, MN, 55901
Pet name:
Domestic Short Hair
Tabby (Brown / Chocolate)
Coat length:
I purromise – I wasn’t in a “No Parking Zone”! I didn’t dent any fenders. But I got towed away all the same! I’m a good-looking brown tabby and white adult fella who was found in a parking ramp in the Twin Cities.  They call me Parker. I was nervous when I got here, but not as nervous as I was around all those big, noisy cars! I like attention and petting after I feel comfortable, but on my terms. I might look like a chill guy, but it takes a cat-savvy person to read my signals. When I’m comfortable and want to be petted, I will sniff and rub my head against your hand. That means it’s okay to pet me. If I don’t rub on you, then please don’t reach out to touch me. If someone makes sudden movements, I may swat or nip when I’m startled. But guess what? I like to play! A guy can’t do that in a parking ramp! I guess getting “towed” isn’t a bad thing. At least nobody wrote me a ticket! But I’ll take one – as long as it’s my ticket to my forever home as your Parker boy. I may do much better when I’m out of a cage and away from the stressful hustle and bustle of the shelter. I’d like a calm, quiet, home with adults (and maybe older kids) who will give me time and patience to adjust to my new home.

Adoption fee $50 + microchip fee $30 + tax

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