Meet our lucky charms -- kitten Ivy & adults Fuzzy and Wheeler - Sat, noon-2 p.m., at PetSmart/Ventura.
Greyfoot adopts cats to indoor only homes in Ventura & Santa Barbara counties.
May the luck of the Irish be with you! Meet me Sat, noon-2:30 p.m., at Petsmart/Ventura. Black cats rock! For more info call (805) 649-2844 or send email to firstname.lastname@example.org
I am a green-eyed, 5-7 year old lucky black cat. I am an active, happy cat. I love, love attention -- I can never get too much TLC. I am a very talkative, lover boy who will greet you when you come home at the end of the day. If you are looking for a quiet cat, I am not the cat for you. I will rub up against your leg or bump you with my head to get your attention. You will find me laying near you (generally next to your head) when you go to bed. I am quick to purr and can be a little loud -- a cat's purring calms the soul. I am a healthy, young adult male.
I look so handsome in green hats and am such a good sport when it comes to wearing them.
I want a home of my own. I generally make a good first impression -- I will talk to you as soon as you walk into the adoption center. Some people shy away from me because of the color of my fur. I am a black cat loaded with personality. I also need to be the only cat in the home and I do not like dogs. What can I say 'I chase other cats'.
My story . . . I was an abandoned family pet rescued from the construction zone at Wagon Wheel. Life was chaotic and scary. You would never know my circumstances by my gentle and loving demeanor. I am ready for my loving and relaxed, fur-ever home. Kids must be 10 years and older.
My wish for St Patrick's Day is a loving, dog free home of my own -- Adopt me -- Let me be your lucky charm!
For more info call 805.649.2844 or send email to email@example.com
neutered, felv&fiv test negative, microchip, vaccinated
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