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Adopt Andy

Male Adult Domestic Medium Hair

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About Andy

THIS IS A GUEST POST: Are you looking for a sweet, outgoing, dog-like kitty with a truly exceptional personality? Then meet Andy! Without a DNA test we wouldn't know for certain but Andy possesses many of the hallmarks of an Egyptian Mau. He has gorgeous grey tabby coloring and is everything you could want in a feline companion. He is extremely affectionate, playful, smart, alert, athletic and highly social. In fact, this dapper fella's favorite place to be is cuddling in your lap, and he LOVES to be brushed. Would you believe Andy was abandoned outside when his family moved away? He was confused and trying to fend for himself when a kind neighbor took notice. Because of the man's dogs, Andy can't live with him and has been in boarding at a veterinary office. The vet has given Andy a clean bill of health and has guesstimated his age to be around 10 years (or younger). He weighs 9 lbs, has been micro-chipped, neutered, vaccinated, flea-treated, combo-tested and de-wormed. Andy must go to an indoor only home. This is a guest post so if you are interested in adopting Andy, you should contact Nadia Grochowski directly nadia.grochowski@gmail.com

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Name
Andy
Age
Adult
Gender
Male
Size
Small
Shots up to date
YES
Ok with kids
Not Sure
Housetrained
Not Sure
Hypoallergenic
Not Sure
Spayed / Neutered
YES
Ok with dogs
Not Sure
Ok with cats
Not Sure
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