already neutered, up to date with shots, good with kids, not good with dogs, and good with cats.
I am already neutered, up to date with shots, good with kids, not good with dogs, and good with cats.
Tycoon was rescued from a construction site in downtown Jersey City. We thought there was one kitty to rescue, and after trapping one we noticed several more! He is a very friendly and loving cat, around 2 years old. He's healthy, neutered and loves to be pet and play with all kinds of toys. Given his gentle temperament, we believe he was once a house cat left to fend for himself outside--not uncommon in our community. Tycoon gets along with other cats, loves the comfort of blankets and even gives kitty kisses. He is by far the most docile of the male rescues we've encountered. We know he will make a good companion and trusted family member. Who doesn't need a Tycoon in their life?
PAD PAWS rescue is a non-profit organization specializing in abandoned and injured animals who have taken refuge along the Hudson River (between Battery Park/NYC and Jersey City, NJ). The majority of our rescues include Trap/Neuter/Release along with rehoming if the animals are in dangerous situations (due to construction sites, urban development and busy city streets). PAD PAWS handles all medical costs, adoption, education, rehabilitation, as well as assisting with other local organizations and the community in rescuing/saving animals and wildlife.
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