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My name is Simon!

Domestic Shorthair Cat for adoption in Raleigh, North Carolina - Simon
Photo 1 - Domestic Shorthair Cat for adoption in Raleigh, North Carolina - Simon
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Photo 3 - Domestic Shorthair Cat for adoption in Raleigh, North Carolina - Simon
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SnooperHeroes Cat and Canine Rescue - Raleigh

Facts about Simon

  • Breed: Domestic Shorthair
  • Color: Black (All)
  • Age: Young
  • Sex: Male
  • Hair: Short
Simon is a one year old solid black male DSH. He came to us when he was found missing a leg. We gladly took him in to give him the care he needed and a safe place to recover. He has now fully recovered and we are happy to say that having three legs does not stop him! Our vet believes that he most likely lost his leg in a coyote attack. He is very shy around people and needs an adopter who is willing to give him time and let him come around on his own. He is just the sweetest boy and once he trusts you, he enjoys your company. He is fully vetted (up to date on shots, neutered, and microchipped). There will be an application, adoption fee, and contract. Please contact us if you're interested in adopting Simon!

About SnooperHeroes Cat and Canine Rescue - Raleigh

Our Adoption Process...

If you are interested in one of our animals, please contact us for an application. Prior to completing any adoption, we will do a home check to ensure the dog or cat's safety and happiness in a new home. There will also be a contract stating that the animal will be kept up to date on all vetting, will be kept indoors as a part of the family, and that we will be given first notice if a dog or cat should need to be returned or re-homed for any reason. Currently, the adoption fees are $75 for cats/kittens and $125 for puppies and dogs. Before adoption, all animals will be checked by a vet, will have had their first deworming, will have received their first shots and rabies shot (if age permits), will be microchipped, and will be spayed/neutered, unless recommended otherwise by a veterinarian.