MITT – 19002
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*** SAFE 02/01/18 *** MITT was surrendered to the ACC as part of a hoarding case. Mitt has lived with other cats and needs a new place to live . He was also diagnosed RING WORM and is also underweight. Please help MITT today.
Hello, my name is Mitt. My animal id is #19002. I am a male orange tabby cat at the Manhattan Animal Care Center. The shelter thinks I am about 8 years old. – P
I came into the shelter as a owner surrender – aco on 23-Jan-2018, with the surrender reason stated as person circumstance- owner elderly.
Mitt is at risk due to medical condition. Mitt is underweight and dehydrated, as well as has ringworm which is treatable in home. Mitt should go to an experienced cat family that will allow him to be a bit more independent.
My medical notes are…
Weight: 3.5 lbs
Details on my behavior are…
Behavior Condition: 2. Blue
CAME IN WITH:
DART – 18958
CROWN – 18959
HOPPER – 18960
MEMPHIS – 18999
LOWE – 19000
SLIDER – 19001
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