My name is Bo!

Domestic Shorthair Cat for adoption in Boise, Idaho - Bo
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I'm being cared for by:
Fuzzy Pawz Rescue

Facts about Bo

  • Breed: Domestic Shorthair
  • Color: Orange Or Red (Mostly)
  • Age: Adult
  • Sex: Male
  • Hair: Short

Bo is the cutest 7 year old cat we have seen in a long time and we are thrilled he is part of the Fuzzy Pawz family. Being able to place this cutie patooti in an amazing forever home will make our year.

Bo is a very friendly kitty who is great with both adults and kids. He is very gentle and patient with little ones and is currently living with a 3 year old. He also gets along well with other cats and dogs; this boy is the whole package and then some!

He is very mellow and likes to do his own thing most of the time. When he is ready for affection he will find his way to your lap! He is an easy going companion and would be awesome in most any home!

Bo was diagnosed with diabetes at the end of last year. His diabetes is well-controlled on insulin (Prozinc, 2 units twice a day) and a special diet (Hills prescription diet M/D dry food, 3/4 cups a day, half of daily amount with each injection). Bo does great with getting his injections and they are easy to give. The vet says Bo is very healthy despite his diabetes.

Bo is neutered, vaccinated

If you feel you can offer this sweet boy the forever loving home he deserves, please complete an adoption application here:

There is a $20 adoption fee for Bo

About Fuzzy Pawz Rescue

About Our Rescue Group...

We are a group of animal lovers banded together to rescue unwanted dogs and cats that are in shelters and pounds located throughout Idaho. Our non-profit rescue places each animal into our foster home program while we search for forever homes for them. We supply all vet care, food, toys, bedding; really anything they need while in our care.

We focus on those animals that are considered “hard to adopt” for various reasons; like kennel stress, having a black coat, being over 8 years old, etc. Often a foster home rather than a shelter environment helps give many of these animals a second chance at the life they deserve!

We relay on community donations and individuals willing to be foster care givers in order to continue our work.

Donate to Our Rescue Group...

Come Meet Our Pets...

We do not have a facility but depend on the use of foster homes to provide loving temporary homes for the dogs we save. You can meet each pet through it's contact information on it's posting.

Our Adoption Process...

1) Complete and Adoption Application
2) Meet with potential adoptee and foster parent
3) Home check prior to adoption
4) Complete Adoption Contract
5) Pay fee that covers any vaccinations, spay/neuter and vet care