1/26/17 - cat died a few months ago. EB
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"AAARRRGGGHHHH!!!!! Shiver me timbers, I’m tired of them kids!! Me lookin' for a new home.
With his hooked tail, Quincy will never need a hollowed costume. But don’t let his pirate facade fool you…he’s a lovable kitty who’s looking for love and a scratch behind his ears. He’s tired of his plundering and wants a quiet home to rest in, unlike the rambunctious crew where he’s living now.
Quincy was born in ~ Dec 2001. Apparently he, his siblings, and his mother were locked in basement with minimal human interaction. The Butler County Human Society worked resocialized him. Now he's very sweet and affectionate. However, he's also very timid. A household with two rambunctious toddlers is just too much for him. He would do best in a quieter house with no children or dogs. He is healthy and
quite playful for his age. He has been neutered and has a microchip.
For more information please contact Amy at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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