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My name is Pippin!

American Shorthair Cat for adoption in Brooklyn, New York - Pippin
Photo 1 - American Shorthair Cat for adoption in Brooklyn, New York - Pippin
Photo 2 - American Shorthair Cat for adoption in Brooklyn, New York - Pippin
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Small World Animal Rescue

Facts about Pippin

  • Breed: American Shorthair
  • Color: Tiger Striped
  • Age: Young
  • Sex: Male
  • Hair: Short
Pip came in off the mean streets of Flatbush, Brooklyn when he followed a neighbor into their courtyard for pets and belly rubs. It's clear that Pip is too sweet for the streets! Pip is chatty and playful, with striking stripes and the most loving personality. He loves nothing more than a good snuggle! Pip is about 1 years old, neutered, and up to date on all his shots. He is FeLV negative and showed a weak positive for FIV, meaning he likely was only exposed to it, rather than having it himself--very common for cats that spend time outside. He gets along with other cats but is mostly focused on his human friends. Would you like Pip to be your new best friend?

About Small World Animal Rescue

About Our Rescue Group...

Small World Animal Rescue is dedicated to helping New York City animals and pet owners in need.

Our Adoption Process...

Small World Animal Rescue is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that recognizes the bond between people and their companion animals. We ask that you make an adoption contribution to support our work if your application is approved. To give you a sense of some of our expenses, it usually costs more than $300 to prepare and board an animal for adoption. This includes everything from initial examinations, to the necessary vaccinations, FIV/FELV testing, microchipping, food, laundry, boarding, and general staff time. In addition, these costs include all spaying or neutering of adult animals. The average nonrefundable donation is $175 and the minimum is $150.
All adult animals have already been spayed or neutered prior to being available for adoption. If they are too young they are brought back in to be spayed or neutered.