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Code: BFT2022


In shelter Cat

Capshaw, AL, 35742
Pet name:
Tabby (Orange / Red)
For more information, please contact foster mom Yvonne at 256-520-8008.

Meet GARFIELD... DOB est 6/1/2021, male, neutered, ginger tabby...

This sweet youngster has had a rough start in his life, but he could flourish in the right home! GARFIELD was being beaten up by other stray tomcats in his NW Huntsville neighborhood. He had some bad wounds when wonderful Samaritans brought him to a Vet, and he was taken in by a Forgotten Felines foster. GARFIELD has recovered from his wounds well, however he is left with the status now of being "double positive" - he has both FELV & FIV. He can still have a beautiful future though!! He just should be an only cat in his Forever Home. He is currently isolated from others in his foster home. GARFIELD is very loving and extremely playful - but he can play a bit rough so best if no small children in his future family. He loves a challenge of wand teasers & can play soccer like a pro! If youre interested in meeting sweet GARFIELD, email to arrange a time, or call his foster mom directly, above!!
Forgotten Felines Inc. (256) 656-7197


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