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Oliver James   

Lost Cat

CO, 80916
Pet name:
Oliver James
Domestic Long Hair
White, Brown, Silver or Gray
Coat type:
Coat length:
Collar info:
Unfortunately he did not have one cuz It had broken
Identify markings:
He is Tabby like colors and pattern on the top half of his body white on the other half he is not neutered nor chipped and only a year and a half old. Domestic long hair very sweet cat with fluffy tail. He may still have a sore behind one of his ears from when moving here he wasn't used to the environment so he scratched his ears real bad and I'm not sure if they have healed since he lost
He is stubborn but very nice and playful and a lot of the times lazy kind of cat he is vocal with his meow and if he hurt his name all over James called out loud enough not too Stern but not too girly either he usually comes running if he can hear it he has never scratched or bit anybody but unfortunately I was never able to neuter him or get him chipped until moving here and he decides to run away before I could this cat has helped me through a divorce and abuse and being sick in the hospital he is the only thing that I am close to right now and I am heartbroken like I lost a child


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