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My name is Stirling!

Domestic Shorthair Cat for adoption in Pittsboro, North Carolina - Stirling
Photo 1 - Domestic Shorthair Cat for adoption in Pittsboro, North Carolina - Stirling
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I'm being cared for by:
Chatham Animal Rescue and Education

Facts about Stirling

  • Breed: Domestic Shorthair
  • Color: Unknown
  • Age: Adult
  • Sex: Male
  • ID#: 10446
  • Hair: Short
Stirling has grown into a great little man. He likes to be petted and sit on your lap. He'll also sleep curled up against you at night. Stirling likes to play with just about anything, the red dot, siblings, feathers etc. He loves the catnip poofs and will carry them all over the house. He'd love to have a playmate like his brother Checkers.

Call his foster mom Heather in Apex at 781-929-3679 or email at heathers.rescues@gmail.com. To apply, click on his name and submit a completed application.

The adoption fee is $50.
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If you are interested in adopting Stirling, click here to go to the CARE Web site and read more. At our Web site, click on the animal's name to bring up CARE's Adoption Request Form. The information on this form is required before we can consider an adoptive home.

About Chatham Animal Rescue and Education

About Our Rescue Group...

The mission of Chatham Animal Rescue and Education (CARE) is to promote respect, understanding and compassionate care for all animals. CARE strives to teach by example, to be a resource to the community and local government, and to provide foster care for animals until they can be adopted into permanent homes.

Chatham Animal Rescue and Education was originally incorporated as Chatham Humane Society (CHS), in 1975. CARE is a 501(c)(3) organization, and thus qualified for deductible donations.

Our Adoption Process...

If you would like to meet a CARE foster animal, please complete an online application at www.chathamanimalrescue.org. Your application is then forwarded to the corresponding foster parent, who will contact you directly.