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My name is Teddy!

American Shorthair Cat for adoption in Unionville, Pennsylvania - Teddy
Photo 1 - American Shorthair Cat for adoption in Unionville, Pennsylvania - Teddy
Photo 2 - American Shorthair Cat for adoption in Unionville, Pennsylvania - Teddy
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Photo 4 - American Shorthair Cat for adoption in Unionville, Pennsylvania - Teddy
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I'm being cared for by:
LaMancha Animal Rescue

Facts about Teddy

  • Breed: American Shorthair
  • Color: Orange Or Red
  • Age: Adult
  • Sex: Male
  • Hair: Short
Just a " big ole hunk of love," Teddy is up for a warm lap to sit in comfortably. Don't let his short cat naps fool you though, he is a character when it comes to play time! No feather teaser or moving ball will go untouched. Teddy is looking for a forever home where he can enjoy being part of a great family. He gets along great with other cats, but prefers a home without dogs. Fond of warm window spots where he can watch the birds, Teddy is a just a joy to be around.

About LaMancha Animal Rescue

About Our Rescue Group...

Welcome to LaMancha Animal Rescue located in Unionville, Pennsylvania. We are a privately funded 501c3 charity that was originally formed as an alternative to the slaughterhouse for ex-racehorses.


Many of these horses are perfectly sound, but simply too slow to continue racing. Some are injured, but can be healed to make suitable trail riding mounts, show horses, and three-day eventers.

Today LaMancha rescues and finds homes for not only horses but also dogs, cats, goats and the occasional exotic animal that requires more space or specialized knowledge than most SPCAs can offer.

LaMancha is a "no-kill" rescue. We currently have available for adoption many animals that are looking for a good home. Contact us to see if we have that special animal that you are looking for

LaMancha is the only federally recognized Karelian Bear Dog rescue.

Karelian Bear Dogs were originally bred in Russia and Finland to hunt bear. When Russia invaded Finland during World War II, many people killed their Karelian Bear Dogs so they would not be taken. They are considered a national treasure in Finland. They have been imported into this country recently, primarily to assist in eradicating nuisance bears from state and national parks.

Karelians are extremely intelligent, and very loyal. They make excellent companions and family dogs in the right environment. They must, however, have enough to keep them busy, and enough room to run. They are not a good choice for small yards or confined environments.

If you have any questions or comments, please e-mail us at lamancharescue@comcast.net.

Donate to Our Rescue Group...

http://www.lamanchaanimalrescue.org/#!donate/ctzx

Our Adoption Process...

Please contact for details.