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In shelter Cat

Waynesboro, PA, 17268
Pet name:
Domestic Short Hair
Tabby (Brown / Chocolate)
Coat length:
"Spitfire" is a two year old strikingly handsome cat looking for his forever home!  "Spitty", as his foster family calls him, is a total lap cat!  He loves attention and to be petted.  Hes a mighty loud purrer and a very talkative young man!  He has an adorable squeaky meow and he loves to follow his people around the house "giving orders"!  He LOVES food and is a bit on the chunky side...its just extra skin mostly, he tells us!
Spitty loves to lounge when the house is quiet, but he is ready to play when the laser-light or the feather toys come out!  

Spitfire does have some medical conditions to be aware of.  He has an old injury which causes him to walk with a limp on his front left limb.  It does not cause him any pain, but it is recommended that he stay on a joint supplement in order to keep arthritis at bay (his right leg need to overcompensate and so is going to develop arthritis later on as he gets older).  
Spitty also has a history of asthma which is only aggravated by extreme stress or intensive exercise/playing so he needs to have an inhaler on hand just in case.  This does not cause ANY problems with his daily life.


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