This adorable freckle-faced ginger-haired boy is named Cinnamon! Cinnamon was surrendered to Philly's animal control shelter because his previous family was moving to a new home and they could not bring him along. The shelter is no place for any cat, but especially not a cat as sweet and well-deserving as this adorable guy! Cinnamon is now safe and sound in foster care with City of Elderly Love!
Cinnamon was reported to be 14 years old by his prior family, though judging by his great health and physical shape, we have a feeling he may be a bit younger so are labeling him in the 10-12 year range. Cinnamon is currently in foster care with other cats with whom he doesn't mind sharing his space with. He adores his foster family and is a bit tough to get new photos of because he'd prefer to rub against you for love than to sit still and look handsome for the camera. He is very much a lover boy and promises to repay his future adopters with lots of love. Though we're not sure if Cinnamon has ever lived with dogs, he'd likely do well in a home with other low-key pets with a proper slow introductions. Cinnamon would likely prefer a quieter home with older children who will let him snooze in the best sun-puddle he can find and snuggle up with them when he's looking loves. Think this sweet, adorable guy might be the one for you?
Cinnamon is currently residing at COEL's Cat Adoption Center at Dog Town, New Britain! Stop by 406 Town Center, New Britain, PA 18901 to meet him!
Cinnamon is available for adoption through City of Elderly Love. He is neutered, vaccinated and will be microchipped prior to going to his forever home. He is also FIV & FeLV negative and recently had a senior pet wellness exam done including blood work, all of which came back showing his great health. Interested in meeting him? Visit www.cityofelderlylove.org to complete an online adoption questionnaire or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org!
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