Meet Chief! He likes long walks around the pool, round, shiny things, and telling you about his day. He’s a cool character, calm and collected, and is a champion nap taker. He needs to be an only kitty - he likes all the attention! He was found with a severely infected left eye, which was removed. He is all healed up and doing fine adjusting to life with only one eye, and requires no special treatment.
This kitty is currently in a loving foster home and has been tested negative for FIV/FELV, microchipped, has age appropriate vaccinations, and has been spayed/neutered.
Please put in an adoption application on our website, cats-can.org if you are interested or if you have any questions please email us at email@example.com
More about Chief
Not Good with Cats, Good with Kids, Good with Adults, Somewhat vocal, Likes to play with toys, Protective, Needs special care, Playful, Intelligent, Even-tempered
Special Needs: Left eye removed due to previous infection: no special treatment required
C.A.T.S.-C.A.N., Inc. is a non-profit organization based in Geneva, Florida. We operate a no-kill shelter and have cats and kittens up for adoption at Oviedo Petsmart. We screen each applicant Please put in an application or come by to see our kitties! We have an adoption event every Saturday from11:00 - 5:00 and some Sunday's Noon to 4:00 (please check our Facebook to make sure we're there!) at the Oviedo Petsmart. You can also visit a few of our resident cats every day in the Petsmart Cat room!
Cats-Can Does Not Permit Declawing - For more information on Declawing, please visit our Feline Care Tips Menu on our homepage and visit our webpages (under special needs) of wonderful cats that are already declawed looking for new homes.
Know someone who needs low-cost, high-quality spay/neuter services for their pets? Have them contact SpayNSave at 407-920-4894 for clinic dates, information and appointments. They work with feral cats, domestic cats and also offer spay and neuter services for dogs. Contact us today!
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