MR. KAT – 10232
Safe - 11-5-2017 Manhattan Rescue: Feline Rescue of SI Please honor your pledges: http://felinerescueofstatenisland.org/donation/
*** SAFE 11/05/17 *** Here’s a good looking guy who sadly got left behind…. The ACC can’t decide if he’s 4 or 10 but that shouldn’t matter. He is a sweetheart who has lived with children. However, he is not so hot on dogs…
At 13 lbs, he will be a furry heating pad to snuggle with on upcoming cold nights…Don’t wait! Mr. Kat needs you to apply to foster or adopt now!
Hello, my name is Mr. Kat. My animal id is #10232. I am a desexed male black cat at the Manhattan Animal Care Center. The shelter thinks I am about 10 years old. – P
I came into the shelter as a stray on 19-Oct-2017.
Mr. Kat 10232 is at risk for an upper respiratory infection (URI), conjunctivitis, and possible additional chronic conditions. Please see the veterinary notes for further details and clarification. Behaviorally, Mr. Kat has been social and attention-seeking, and is suitable for an adopter with an average amount of cat experience.
My medical notes are…
Weight: 13 lbs
Details on my behavior are…
Behavior Condition: 1. Green
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