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In shelter Cat

Wilder, KY, 41076
Pet name:
Domestic Short Hair
Coat length:
This angsty teenager, like most teenagers, is usually unsure of what he wants aside from causing his fair share of chaos and anarchy here at the shelter. At his core, however, Dash just wants to be loved and understood. And though Dash’s attempts at making friends may seem like quite the opposite to an outsider, trust us, he’s just trying to fit in!

For Dash, his uncertainty and angst mostly manifest as random tussles with other cats (usually the dudes) around the shelter which are often punctuated by the most awkward of warning yowls.

Dash is also the most curious of creatures, and true to his name, is excellent at silently sneaking  up on you and startling you with his head ready for pats right by your side. Along with head rubs, Dash loves wet food and hanging out- and is usually pretty low-key and down to chill when he isn’t having a burst of angsty energy. 

Dash will definitely benefit from being in a home where his people can keep up with his teenage energy, and help him direct his angst into more fruitful pursuits .

Dash is neutered and up-to-date on shots! He just needs someone to help him stay active and get that teenage angst worked out!


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  3. American Veterinary Medical Association
  4. Veterinary Information Network
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