Comet is a male grey domestic short hair, born on Halloween - October 31, 2013.
Comet is the son of a feral (wild) cat in the city of Syracuse, that came here with her kittens for TNR (to be spayed and returned). Comet's mother was too wild to live with people, so after she was done raising her kittens, Comet's mother went back out to her colony and Comet stayed here with his litter mates to find his forever home.
Comet is shy with people, and he is reserved around people he does not know. Comet does get over his shyness once he gets to know you, but we feel his adjustment period in moving to a new family would be a bit longer then most other cats. However, if you can take the time (perhaps a week or so) to be patient and get to know him, we think this great guy will win your heart over.
Comet gets along well with the other cats, and would probably appreciate having a feline sibling to play with.
Comet needs some love and stability in his life to turn him into the perfect pet. Comet would be a wonderful 'project' for someone who enjoys working with shy animals and seeing them blossom. All he needs is love and patience. Can you give Comet the love and nurturing he needs? Please call us today to come and meet him!
Call Kitty Corner at 315-457-4420 or fill out our adoption application at www.kittycorner.org to meet our adoptable cats and adopt a new member of your family.
Comet tests negative for Feline Leukemia and Feline AIDS, has been spayed/neutered, microchipped, and all shots are up to date.
Kitty Corner has a lifetime return policy. If your adopted cat needs to be rehomed at any time, just bring them back to us. We want to be sure that none of our cats is ever homeless again.
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