Ha Ha! Somebody on staff must’ve named this boy HOLSTEIN because of his black and white markings. Nice try! Actually, he is a tuxedo cat with the usual black and white markings arranged in a way that matches that description. He is a short haired cat, also, which means that he will be easier to maintain. No daily brushing is required unless you are desiring to perform that ritual for this pretty boy. He arrived at the shelter the first half of August and went into quarantine to be treated for a minor condition. He is looking very handsome and wanting to meet prospective adopters. Thanks to HART, a local cat rescue group that assists the shelter, HOLSTEIN was neutered and received his rabies vaccine on Wednesday, August 31. That means that he can go home with you the same day that you adopt him. He says that if you are a serious adopter, he would like for you to CALL the shelter to schedule an adoption appointment. Staff can explain the adoption procedures and fees when you call. The shelter does require EXACT change in the form of cash or a check. The shelter is UNABLE to accept credit or debit. So, please go prepared! That means taking an adult size cat carrier with you to the appointment. Staff would like to make sure that both of you arrive home safely together. No animals should be allowed to run loose in any vehicle. Especially one that you have just adopted! Safety first!
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