MacTavish has been living in one of our open rooms with lots of other cats for friends. He has gradually come to accept humans. He is quiet and a little shy and tends to make himself scarce when adopters come in, so he is often overlooked. He would need time to adjust to a home, having never lived in one, so a handy hidey-hole or two might be appreciated for a while. He might also appreciate a home with some feline friends.
This fellow is a really cute black and white bicolor cat with random black patches. He doesn't mind being patted, but is not too fond of being picked up, and will just get up and walk away. He deserves a home where he can settle in at his own pace. Come on in and seek him out !!
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