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Owen Hunt   

In shelter Cat

Sterling, VA, 20166
Pet name:
Owen Hunt
Domestic Short Hair
Orange & White
Coat length:
Owen is a young playful boy who loves to get pets -- so much so that he flops from side to side purring away for more. He loves to chase the laser pointer and will even entertain himself playing with mouse toys by tossing them in the air then pouncing on them. He is possibly part bird and part rabbit because he has a tiny chirp meow and when he chases lasers or toys he gallops/hops like a bunny.  

A sociable guy, with both people and his foster big brother Max, he normally sleeps at the foot of the bed and makes sure everyone is ready for the day with some blanket attacks or batting his Maxs tail. He likes to chill during the day while hanging on the cat tree in a sunny window while Dad works from home or  on the bed making sure Max doesnt get lonely. After naps of the day have concluded, its time for some wrestling action with his big brother to work up an appetite for dinner. When Mom gets home from work, both boys follow her around on her afternoon chores to keep tabs on the daily activity and "supervise" their dinner prep. Then its time for everyone to settle into their space for tv entertainment. Owen has his favorite spot on the side chair with the fluffy blanket. 

Owens ideal home would be on the quieter side with one or more young playful cats as he loves a hearty wrestling session and he really wants cat friends. Owen is FIV(+), but otherwise a healthy guy. FIV is not transmissible to humans, and cats with FIV can live long and healthy lives. They can also live with cats who do not have FIV.  Consult your vet for further information.  Hes been neutered, vaccinated, and has a microchip. He is ready for his new home.  How about yours?   You can see more of Owen on Instagram; #adoptowenTCAL.


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