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My name is Spot-T!

American Shorthair Cat for adoption in Waynesville, North Carolina - Spot-T
Photo 1 - American Shorthair Cat for adoption in Waynesville, North Carolina - Spot-T
Photo 2 - American Shorthair Cat for adoption in Waynesville, North Carolina - Spot-T
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I'm being cared for by:
Feline Urgent Rescue of Western North Carolina

Facts about Spot-T

  • Breed: American Shorthair
  • Color: White (Mostly)
  • Age: Adult
  • Sex: Male
  • Hair: Short
Spot T (DSH, grey/white, 3 year old male) – Predominantly white with a grey spot on his left hind leg and a grey tail, not only does he look cool, he is! A big boy with a sweet and loving disposition, he craves human companionship and would love nothing better than to hang out with you on the couch – after supper. One of the first to greet us, you will always find him hoping for a moment of our time. And if hoping doesn’t work, insisting does! After all, he is irresistible. While he adores us human folk, he would prefer to be the sole feline of your affection.

About Feline Urgent Rescue of Western North Carolina

About Our Rescue Group...

As guardians of displaced felines, our mission is to provide a safe haven for cats, thereby reducing the homeless population, the shelter euthanasia rates, and by filling a gap in the rescue community as a last resort sanctuary.

Our group consists solely of volunteers who share the passion for helping homeless cats to find loving homes, providing compassionate care to unadoptable cats, and assisting feral colonies and their caretakers with food, shelter and medical needs.

Donate to Our Rescue Group...

Our Adoption Process...

Please call or email us to schedule an appointment to meet or adopt a kitty you see on our adoption list. Because we are an all-volunteer crew, we're sorry, but walk-ins cannot be accommodated. Applications can be found on our website, if you want to fill one out before you arrive. The adoption fee is $35 per cat, and all collected fees are spent on rescuing, caring for and re-homing community cats.