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Beach Boy Toby   

In shelter Cat

Lyons, IL, 60534
Pet name:
Beach Boy Toby
Gender:
Male
Breeds:
Exotic Shorthair
Date:
09/06/2019
Colors:
Orange & White
Size:
Medium
Age:
Young
Coat length:
Short
Description:
Toby is a very cute kitty and low-key boy. He likes to hang out with other cats and feels protected by them. 

The Beach gang is a litter that was living under someones deck. It seems that they did have quite a few bad experiences before getting rescued and all are quite timid around people.
With us just placing a cat in an unknown situation quite a few cats get super anxious and decide to hide and observe the new place and family from relative safety. To help the cat accept you and develop a loving bond, you would need to put in some effort, loving care, and patience. We think that Toby will adjust in 6 to 9 weeks. You would need to keep him in one small room (preferably your bedroom) and spend time just sitting, talking or even singing to him. 

If that is something you would like to do please fill the Bashful Cat match https://forms.gle/fRm4snuyfnSBaVgR9 
It will help determine if you and our bashful kitty will have a great life together. If you are a match we will ask that you complete the standard Survey as a next step

Location


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