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In shelter Cat

Rowland Heights, CA, 91748
Pet name:
Domestic Short Hair
Tabby (Brown / Chocolate)
Coat length:
Meet handsome Carmel.  He is a two year old Domestic Shorthair / Tabby mix.  Carmel will talk to you.  He’ll let you know when it’s time for dinner or when he’s really enjoying some attention.  Carmel loves to get cuddles and love.  He can’t wait to meet his forever family who he knows is ready to shower him with affection!  Carmel gets along great with other female cats and wouldn’t mind share his home.  This big, sweet boy will be a wonderful addition to any family.  Apply to meet Carmel today!

If you are not located near our rescue or if the drive is a problem for you, please still apply, as we bring animals out to as far as San Diego in order to bring them to their forever homes. Currently, we are driving animals far out on an as-needed basis! 

If an animal is posted from us, they are AVAILABLE, however we sometimes do already have an adopter in place to meet them - however, please apply directly ASAP to ensure you get considered to meet them! We approve based on the best home, not first-come-first-serve. 

If you are interested in adopting and think you can provide a great home for this pet, please complete an online application so that we can better assess if this pet is a good match for you and your family. Once that is complete and weve approved you, we can set up a time for you to meet your potential companion for life! We are strictly by appointment-only. We apologize if you cannot reach us via phone, it is a personal phone # - we recommend emailing at for the quickest response. We apologize if we do not get to you quickly - we only have a few staff and volunteers, and we must focus on finding our animals good homes, but if you would like to help us improve and volunteer, let us know!

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