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In shelter Cat

Cary, NC, 27511
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This handsome boy was found begging for food appearing to be left behind in a student housing area after school was out of session. He clearly had people that handled him a lot and is used to being picked up and loved on. When he turned up looking for food in a colony, we got a call right away. He walked out of the trap and into our arms, purring. He has never met a stranger and is interested in everything going on. Loud voices, yelling or loud noises do freak him out. He likes peace and love and treats - lots of treats. This boy is skinny but has the body structure of a Maine Coon. He is going to be a large cat if he fills out and his body starts to match the size of his head and feet. From day one he took over the vets office and christened himself as asst. office manager. If you want a cool cat who is uber social, is cool with being picked up and kissed on and will be in the middle of everything, this handsome boy is meant to be yours. He will do great with other animals but definitely likes his share of attention (and treats), so he would do fine being the only furkid, put on a pedestal and adored. 

If you are interested in adopting Porterhouse, please fill out an adoption application here

You must live within 60-75 miles of the Raleigh, NC area in order to qualify for adoption.

Approx DOB 09/15/2021

Adoption fee is $110.00

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