I'm being cared for by: Brigid's Crossing Foundation
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Facts about Riley
Breed: Domestic Shorthair
Color: Brown Tabby
already neutered and up to date with shots.
I am already neutered and up to date with shots.
Riley is a really good guy. He has short fur that is a combination of brown tabby and white. He is about twelve years old and has spent his life at the sanctuary. He is a big boy with a sweet temperament. When he was younger, he used to enjoy teasing the caregivers by playing with the water when dishes were being washed, earning him the nickname “Riley the Water Boy”. He doesn’t do that anymore, but it shows that there is a sense of humor in him. Now that he is older, he mostly just wants to be loved and is very affectionate. He will appear wherever he thinks he can get petting coming his way. He is a good friend to his human friends and is also friendly with other kitties. He would do fine in household with other cats and would really appreciate being in a real home.
Brigid's Crossing Foundation is a unique, non-profit, cat rescue & healing sanctuary in Naples, Florida. We are a no-cage, no-kill, nature-oriented center. We are focused on the rescue and care of homeless, sick and abandoned animals while teaching about the path of service and the ways in which it enhances life.
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Brigid's Crossing Foundation
PO Box 366955
Bonita Springs, FL 34136
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Due to the unique nature of our sanctuary we ask that you please call to set up an adoption appointment. 239-591-8425 M-F 9:00- 5:00 413-530-4187 after hours/weekends/holidays
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