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Code: BFT2022


In shelter Cat

Seneca, SC, 29672
Pet name:
Norwegian Forest Cat
Tabby (Brown / Chocolate)
Coat length:
Tyrian was found at a feral colony the MDKR was working to TNR. However, once he was in the trap he started โ€œtalkingโ€ and we noticed an ear tip. We believe he was dumped at this very populated feral colony as a young guy. As soon as Tyrian was let out of the trap, he started talking and rubbing on his fosters hand!

Vetโ€™s believe he is around three years old. (We first thought he was female until we were able to move the hair & get a better look). Tyrian is FIV+, but with all of the updated information coming from vets new studies about how these cats can live completely normal & long lives, we feel he is 100% adoptable!

Big T has a lot of hair and loooooves to be brushed and doesnt mind having his nails clipped either!

This big fluffy butt is the ABSOLUTE SWEETEST guy but would rather be the only kitty in the home. He could careless about dogs. He makes biscuits 24/7, talks to his humans, likes being picked up and loves pets and rubs. He is a BIG guy but is very gentle. Tyrian is a very laid back guy who would love to lay with you and watch movies.
Miss Dixie's Kitten Rescue


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