Do you believe in love at first sight? Spade does, and he loves everyone he meets! Spade was born in 2015 and he is black and white with great markings. But the best thing about Spade is his personality. He is just as friendly as can be. Everyone he meets is his friend. Spade's story is sad and all too common. His people decided to move, and rather than take him with, relinquished him at a high-kill shelter. Luckily we had room for Spade. Spade lived with two human babies so he is used to being around kids. If you adopt Spade (or any cat), please keep in mind they can live 15-20 years. If you are not able to make a long-term commitment, please consider adopting an older cat.
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