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Adopt Neapolitan

Female Adult Domestic Short Hair

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About Neapolitan

Neaopolitan is a ball of furry, purry lovin’. She's all for the cuddles. This gentle girl will make an excellent lap warmer on these cold winter nights. Nea (as known by her closest friends) is a sweet, enthusiastic girl whose vibrancy will rub off on you the moment you meet her. Prior to adoption, all cats/kittens are spayed/neutered, tested for FIV/FELV, vaccinated, dewormed, deflead, and microchipped.

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Details

Name
Neapolitan
Age
Adult
Gender
Female
Size
Small
Shots up to date
Not Sure
Ok with kids
Not Sure
Housetrained
Not Sure
Hypoallergenic
Not Sure
Spayed / Neutered
YES
Ok with dogs
Not Sure
Ok with cats
YES
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Mr Stumpy (Courtesy Post)

Domestic Short Hair

Mr Stumpy has been coming around for ear rubs and food for about two years.  His ear is tipped, but he acts as though he was a homed pe... show more

Mr Stumpy has been coming around for ear rubs and food for about two years.  His ear is tipped, but he acts as though he was a homed pet at some point. He has a very gentle soul with people - wants to snuggle & get loving. His caregiver has been able to pick him up. He’s more than happy to hop into a lap & become a marshmallow.  His survival instinct has made him a bit feisty towards other cats (which is why he stays outside, his caregiver has 4 other cats). This also makes him a good mouser - he has brought gifts   . Even with a recent ear abscess, never once did he try to bite or scratch despite having a painful condition. He’s on the mend after the vet cleaned him up.  He is extremely docile when scruffed - he’ll let his caregiver tend to his wound or carry him to another part of the yard very easily. He's called Stumpy because of his short tail. We have no idea if he was born that way, or if he had an accident. His build is solid and he has a healthy appetite. He looks quite a bit like a Manx. Everyone at the vet hospital commented on what a sweet and beautiful cat he is. This cat is being cared for by a concerned citizen who would like to find him a safe home. He deserves to be able to sleep on a warm bed and cuddle with his people at night.   Contact us for details and we'll put you in touch with his caregiver. show less