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Pain Relievers: Al (Aleve)   

In shelter Cat

Warren, CT, 06754
Pet name:
Pain Relievers: Al (Aleve)
Domestic Short Hair
Lookie!! Al (Aleve) is finally working! Hes come right up to say hi. This gorgeous panther is the purrfect companion kitty for another cat; though hes needed some convincing that being in foster care is far better than the bushes off a busy street outside a pharmacy. He has yet to realize how truly spectacular he can be but hes getting there. He likes being near you but is still timid about being touched. Hes very talkative and inquisitive, but hell need someone who will let him find his way, who will be patient and comforting. 

Hes playful and thoughtful and loves other kitties. Would definitely need a home with a friendly cat to show this panther how fabulous it is to be adored 

As a general rule, we recommend that young kittens only go in pairs or to households that already have another pet. Young kittens on their own, no matter how much attention they get from humans, usually get bored and tend to be more destructive. They need another animal to help socialize them (to learn about appropriate wrestling, boundaries, etc). Most times we recommend another young cat, though some may do well with a friendly, easy-going dog.

You can see more pictures and videos of our fosters on our facebook page: Sophia LOrange Kitten Rescue

All of our adoptable animals are cared for and assessed in foster homes (we do not have a shelter), up to date on age appropriate vaccinations and have been spayed or neutered and tested for FeLV/FIV, before they are adopted. They have had de-worming medication as a standard of care and Flea/Tick/Ear Mite preventive treatment. Medical records will be released with the adopted pet.


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