This animal is posted as a rehome, which is a service outside of Cat's Cradle to help owners find new homes for their animals. If interested, contact Emily Bowling at
Neville is a 3.5 year-old , neutered male, black and white tuxedo Domestic Shorthair cat.
He is a sweet, friendly, and loving kitty. He is pretty lazy and doesn't seem to show much interest in toys except for crinkly balls and scratchers. He loves to eat and can be very persistent when he wants to be fed. He weighs
about 15 lbs so he could stand to lose a few pounds. Neville has some skin-related and stress-related issues which include overeating and overgrooming as well as a flea allergy but these can be easily addressed by a veterinarian. Neville would be happiest in a home where he would receive lots of attention and is happy to be the only pet or to have companions. His current best friend is a rabbit so he gets
along with all sorts of animals. Neville is a wonderful kitty and we hate to give him up but we can no longer afford to give him the time and care that he needs and we feel he'd be happier in a home that can give him lots of attention and affection as well as pay for his medical needs.
Updated: October 2016
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