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Teddy is a 3 year old rescue kitty from Companion Animal Foundation. We believe he is a Maine Coon. He has been under the care of Dr. Hight at the Sunny Brae Animal Clinic his entire life. He is neutered and just had his annual check-up and all of his shots are current. We have relocated to the Bay Area for work and our Townhouse is located within the city. Teddy loves the outdoors and loves to climb trees. He sleeps inside at night but wants to be outside during the day (unless it’s raining). He would not like living in a small townhouse and we believe he would not survive the traffic if let outside. While we are very sad that he would not make the transition, the best thing for Teddy is to find a home where he can live in Humboldt and enjoy the freedom of our area. The best house for Teddy is one where he is the only pet and there is routine. Kids and other pets spook him. He loves ‘lap time’ in the evening. He does not scratch furniture or drapes and is litter box trained. (He prefers to go outside, even when it’s wet. However you will receive a disgusted look from him as if you could turn off the rain.)
To adopt Teddy or to find out more information, please contact Charlie at (707)616-5916.
Remember to check back weekly as we do get in new animals. If there is a dog/cat you are looking for, but haven't seen one that quite fits - please feel free to fill out an application, list what you are looking for and we will call you as soon as an animal to that description comes in. >^..^<
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