Syracuse is a male classic (bullseye) brown tabby domestic short hair, born in May 2011.
Syracuse was a stray who came to us from city of Syracuse. He was found living under a porch after the owners had moved away. His rescuer was unable to give him a permanent home, so he came to stay at KittyCorner to find his forever family.
Syracuse is a playful and active boy.
Syracuse likes people, and he is friendly and outgoing. He enjoys attention and petting, right up until a fly buzzes past him in the room or something similar distracts him, then he must run off and chase it. :)
Syracuse gets along OK with other cats, but he does play rough and he is a dominant cat. Syracuse would likely be too much on an older or a more sedate cat. Syracuse would do best in a home where he was the only cat and had special time with his family every day to play with him. Syracuse could also do well in a family with another cat that is playful and laid back, a feline companion he doesn't view as a threat to his position as 'Top Cat'.
Syracuse is a wonderful boy, but he's very lonely here and wants a family of his own. If you think you could take Syracuse into your heart and home, please call us today to 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.
Syracuse 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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