My name is Sixer!

Domestic Shorthair Cat for adoption in Columbus, Ohio - Sixer
Photo 1 - Domestic Shorthair Cat for adoption in Columbus, Ohio - Sixer
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I'm being cared for by:
Stop the Suffering

Facts about Sixer

  • Breed: Domestic Shorthair
  • Color: Unknown
  • Age: Adult
  • Sex: Male
  • ID#: 8134855-Carole
  • Hair: Unknown
You can fill out an adoption application online on our official website.

What a handsome boy! Sixer has a very striking coat of gray and white. A playful, loving boy, Sixer was never touched by a human until he was four months old, when he was trapped, given shots and neutered. Those are not actions that make most kitties like people, but Sixer is such a little loverboy, he forgot all about it and is now a playful, purr-filled young adult (born June, 2008) who loves to cuddle and play with the people and other cats in the house. He's shy with strangers, so it's going to take a while before Sixer knows he can trust you, but he's is such a loving little boy, once he knows you he will be your best friend! Sixer should be in a quiet home, without young children and dogs, because of his shyness. He loves to play with fishing-pole type toys or a laser pointer or just about anything! His shots are all up to date, he's neutered, always uses his litterbox and he's ready to start the rest of his life with his new best friend. You will absolutely adore this little sweetie, but keep in mind that he will probably spend several days hiding from you before you slowly earn his trust. But he's so worth it and will be so loving once he knows you. And how did he get his name? He and his sister were found living in a ditch next to a freeway and behind a dumpster at a Motel Six! To meet this handsome, loving boy, please fill out an application at today!

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About Stop the Suffering

About Our Rescue Group...

Our Mission" is to rescue homeless dogs and cats from shelters that are at high risk of euthanasia. With the help of Foster Home programs & other Rescue Groups we place these animals in safe havens. While in foster care funding is provided for spaying and neutering, along with other required veterinary care. We promote and process suitable applications for adoptions to create responsible ownership."

Stop the Suffering accepts dogs and cats from rural Ohio shelters and some owner "turn-ins" into the adoption programs. Many of these animals were rescued from the Licking County Animal Shelter.

Come Meet Our Pets...

Mingle With Our Mutts
The 1st & 3rd Sunday Monthly
12-2PM at the Franklin County Dog Shelter

Our Adoption Process...

Our Adoption Process

Each dog and cat in our rescue group is special. Every one has it's own unique personality and needs. Not every dog or cat is right for every home. Our adoption process is designed to make sure you and your new pet will have a successful future together.

ADOPTION APPLICATION: Our website is currently under construction--please email STOPTHESUFFERING@GMAIL.COM to request an adoption application!

Assessment - Matching the Dog and the Adopter
Adopter discusses the dog or cat of choice with an STS adoption specialist.
The STS adoption specialist discusses needs and temperament of dog with individual/family.
Both needs of the dog or cat and and the criteria of the family are very carefully assessed to assure the best match possible. Items considered include:

Temperament and age of dog or cat
Veterinary/health needs of dog or cat
Individual/families desires and perception of the perfect pet
(no match is “perfect” but STS strives for the best match possible)
Ability of individual/family to meet the veterinary, daily-living, behavioral and emotional needs of the dog or cat.

STS visits the home of any adoptive family. If the family lives out of state, STS may arrange for another local rescue to conduct the home visit.
Other means of assessment include:

Veterinary reference
Personal references by two to three individuals who know the adopter and the adopter’s capability to provide a loving home for an animal