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My name is Milo!

Domestic Shorthair Cat for adoption in Titusville, Florida - Milo
Photo 1 - Domestic Shorthair Cat for adoption in Titusville, Florida - Milo
Photo 2 - Domestic Shorthair Cat for adoption in Titusville, Florida - Milo
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I'm being cared for by:
SPCA of North Brevard,Inc

Facts about Milo

  • Breed: Domestic Shorthair
  • Color: Unknown
  • Age: Adult
  • Sex: Male
  • ID#: 9751678-29776134
  • Hair: Unknown
**For more information on this cat, please call us at 321-676-4815 or email us at spcamall@Spcanorthbrevard.com** <br/><br/>Hi there! I&#39;m Milo and I&#39;m one heck of a handsome boy! This isn&#39;t my first rodeo, as I was adopted by someone that said they would give me love and protection. Well that didn&#39;t last, I ended up dumped and broken hearted at the county shelter. I&#39;ve been through a lot of crazy, even before I came to the Melbourne Mall Adoption Center. So, I guess you can say a crazy life has made this young man a bit unhinged! I am quite unpredictable with my moods, so I can be a handful to interact with... a handful of teeth and claws that is. I just have no idea how a good boy should behave, I&#39;ve never had a family to show me what real love and affection feels like. Hey, what can I say? It&#39;s a crazy world out there and it&#39;s all about how we adapt. So far I&#39;ve been lucky to end up with patient and understanding people that have helped me to understand what love, patience and being a good boy is like. So far, I know that I am NOT GOOD WITH CHILDREN OR FOR CHILDREN! I&#39;m just too rowdy and too unsure of how to behave around them. As for friends of the furry kind, kitty companions can be hit or miss as my wild side can be a bit much for them. Dogs on the other hand, I couldn&#39;t tell ya, I&#39;ve not been around any to know what they&#39;re all about. But if you happen to have one that knows what a cat is all about, and won&#39;t hurt me, I&#39;d certainly be willing to make an effort! I am alright with the ladies, but because I&#39;ve been done wrong, and have had my heart broken by them I have to get to know them on my terms. So far it seems like I find companionship with my fellow man a little easier to relax around. Hey, if you&#39;ve got a swingin&#39; bachelor pad outfitted with the manly man vibe, I can so see us kicking back watching some games, or rough housing with the lads. I DO play rough, and sometimes I get carried away with it. But if you need help handling my wild ways, always remember my friends that have been with me from the begining will ALWAYS be willing to help us out! Just ask! So please keep all these things in mind before you commit to taking me home. Cause more than anything, I&#39;m hoping this go around is and always will be FOREVER! I&#39;ve been neutered, microchipped, vaccinated, and flea treated. Everything necessary to ensure I&#39;ve got a chance, once and for all, to be part of a family!

About SPCA of North Brevard,Inc

About Our Shelter...

The SPCA was founded in 1979 to provide humane services to animals located in the county, including the prevention of cruelty to animals, the providing of humane care and treatment for all animals needing protection, seeking suitable homes for animals without owners, educating the public on humane animal treatment and promoting the need for spay/neutering of domestic pet animals.

Over the past 30 years, the organization has grown through the consistent efforts of the volunteers in the community and the caring donors who provided the funding to allow us to open our Veterinary Clinic and Adoption Center at 455 Cheney Highway in Titusville. This facility performed over 5,000 spays/neuters during our 2008 fiscal year while adopting out nearly 800 animals from our no-kill shelter. Additionally, we made our clinic available to the Space Coast Feline Network on six Sundays throughout the year allowing them to spay/neuter nearly 400 feral cats.

Our future goals include improving our animal care capabilities through better diagnostic equipment for our veterinarians and improving the physical space for animal care through expansions or additions to our existing facilities. Our new adoption center at 6035 Sisson road has a great atmosphere for our animals and our adopters. Our Thrift Stores on US 1 in Titusville and SR 3 in Merritt Island provide sources of revenue that help us to maintain adoption and clinic pricing at the lowest possible levels. Thanks to our generous donors and volunteers, the Thrift Stores continue to operate profitably and that profit is used to assist in funding the Adoption Center and Clinic.

Our Adoption Process...

Dogs - $80, Puppies - $100
Cats - $60, Kittens - $80
All animals are current with vaccinations, spayed/neutered and include a microchip.