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Lost Cat

NY, 14201
Pet name:
Domestic Short Hair
Silver or Gray, White
Coat type:
Coat length:
Collar info:
No collar
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Mostly Grey/dark grey domestic short hair, thin white stripes. White right under his nose and mouth area traveling underneath his face and onto his belly. Has unique face. Neutered, has his claws. Has extra thin pointy hair on the tips of his ears. Green eyes. Potentially scared at first but extremely friendly and loves people. Has kind of a quiet multiple phase meow. He likes hiding in cluttered spaces. Will roll on back when pet. Responds well to kissy noise. I also call him Tate baby in a higher pitched tone. He usually comes running when we call. His tail is strong and he’s always batting it around and usually always purring.
Very friendly. Loves patès, sometimes plays fetch. Loves the long feather toy. Will get energetic at night and run back and forth meowing. Does NOT like closed doors. Will hide when scared.


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