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In shelter Cat

Waynesboro, PA, 17268
Pet name:
Domestic Short Hair
Black & White / Tuxedo
Coat length:
Mickey came to us after he was attacked by the neighbors dog outside. His injuries took a long time to heal, but he did not sustain any long term damage besides a scar across his shoulders. He was emotionally unscathed, and still very confident even with large dogs.  He would likely prefer a home where he could be an indoor/outdoor kitty.  He is affectionate and very tolerant of other cats and a busy household.  He is an easy going and sweet boy, please consider adopting him today!

(743) 202-4013 text only if you are interested in adopting!

***Mickey is available through a partner location in Pennsylvania, but he is originally adoptable through an organization in North Carolina (Humane Society of Davidson County). All meet and greets will be occurring locally to Waynesboro, PA, and adoptions will be permitted throughout PA, MD, VA, WV, and NC***

Humane Society of Davidson County
Physical Address: 1120 Piedmont Dr, Lexington, NC 27295
Mailing Address: PO Box 1791, Lexington, NC 27293

If you are interested in adopting this pet, please fill out an adoption application here:

All cats are provided with age-appropriate vaccines, spayed/neutered, dewormed, microchipped, and FeLV/FIV tested. 

1) Submit adoption application and wait for response from volunteer (this may take up to 2 weeks)

2) A volunteer will speak with your veterinarian and make sure that your current and previous pets were cared for appropriately, which includes the following:
         a) All current pets in the household are up to date on core vaccinations
         b) All cats in the home are FeLV/FIV tested and negative, dogs are heartworm tested and on prevention
         c) Current pets have had recent and regular exams with your vet (within the last year and every year since ownership) 
         d) Any previous animals were seen by your vet regularly (at least every year) and that at the end of their life they were 
          cared for appropriately according to the veterinarians recommendation.  

3) A volunteer will call your personal reference and discuss your history with pets and how they were taken care of

4) A volunteer will reach out to you and let you know if your application and references were approved

5) If approved, you will schedule a meet and greet with the pet of interest to see if they are what you are looking for and get to know them

6) If you choose to go forward with the adoption, a volunteer will schedule a home visit where your home is evaluated to make sure it is safe for the new pet and that all current pets are in good health

7) As long as the home check goes well, you can take the pet home!

8) Enjoy your new pet and send us updates often, we love happy tails!