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CRASH DAVIS   

In shelter Cat

Capshaw, AL, 35742
Pet name:
CRASH DAVIS
Gender:
Male
Breeds:
Extra-Toes Cat / Hemingway Polydactyl
Date:
09/14/2022
Size:
Medium
Age:
Young
Description:
If you have ANY questions about me, please call Michelle, at 256-520-2517
or Brittany at 256-975-0768.

INTRODUCING CRASH DAVIS (formerly Harry) - DOB est 7/23/2020, neutered, vaccinated, microchipped, etc.

This handsome boy was rescued in 2021 from a rural area where he was being looked after by someone who didnt have the means to care for him properly. He was adopted about a year ago, however, has been returned to us through no fault of his own. His family has gone through some heart-wrenching changes and they know its best for CRASH to rejoin us and find a new Family. He is a lean, sweet, handsome, big footed POLYDACTYL boy who is heck on wheels! He is constantly on the go!! CRASH DAVIS would be fine in a home with other cats, but he is a dominant personality and would not do well with a LOT of other cats. He is good with dogs, with kids, and is an overall awesome cat! He is also a big, long boy! Email info@ffhsv.org if interested in meeting CRASH!!

Email info@ffhsv.org to meet him or call a number above!
Forgotten Felines Inc. (256) 656-7197 info@ffhsv.org

Location


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