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Sir Sassy   

In shelter Cat

Tipp City, OH, 45371
Pet name:
Sir Sassy
Domestic Short Hair
Buff / Tan / Fawn
Coat length:
Sir Sassy-front declawed male, age 12 (but does not act like a senior at all), buff shorthair male with a cloudy eye.  The eye vet said it is just scarred and not to worry. Sir Sassy arrived at OFS with two other cats (Caesar and Lucky Charm) because their owner passed away. They tolerate each other but they are not bonded and need not be adopted together.  He may not grab your attention at first but once he trusts, he will happily greet you. He is scared to be picked up but he likes to sit on the bed with you and "make biscuits" on you. He knows his name and if you call him, he will come. He will happily play with foam balls and feathers, even by himself, and he enjoys the laser wand, too. His name of "Sassy" is a bit of a misnomer; he is very chatty but not sassy or spicy at all. He is brave and exited their foster room right away and he wanted to meet my cats but he was soon very nervous and howled out of fear so maybe he would be best as a singly loved cat or maybe benefit from a slow introduction to other cats. Maybe he would enjoy a young adult cat. He frequently reaches up to his foster mom from the floor when she works at her desk working on the computer.  He likes to nuzzle and lick. Hes a good buddy and a gentle soul that could easily be missed but deserves a lowkey home with high amounts of love.


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