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My name is Bob!

Domestic Shorthair Kitten for adoption in Toledo, Ohio - Bob
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I'm being cared for by:
Planned Pethood, Inc

Facts about Bob

  • Breed: Domestic Shorthair
  • Color: Gray, Blue Or Silver Tabby
  • Age: Kitten
  • Sex: Male
  • ID#: 102716.3
  • Hair: Short
My name is Bob. My 2 siblings & I were found outside in a lady's yard, probably dumped off there. We all had upper respiratory issues and were understandably scared. Like my one sister, I had some eye issues. I developed a severe case of conjunctivitis with corneal ulcers. It took a few weeks of treatment & I was left with a little corneal scarring & you will find that I still squint from time to time but I am healthy. After my eye issues cleared up, I was still very scared & shy. My "mom" has been working very hard to get me more social & friendly with people over the past few weeks. I have made a lot of progress & am now ready to find my forever home. I can still be a little shy until I get used to you, but once I do, I am super sweet & loving. I am super playful & love to explore anything & everything. I love to play with the other cats/kittens at my foster home as well as play with all kinds of cat toys & climb the cat tree. I am used to being around other cats/kittens and older kids, but do not know about dogs. Because I have a tendency to still be a little skittish & shy, I would probably do better in a calmer home with older children & adults. I would also like to be in a home with another cat(s), but it is not required. Can you give me the "Furr-ever" home that I deserve? Contact foster: Sue 419-250-0846

About Planned Pethood, Inc

About Our Rescue Group...

We invite you to read About Us and what makes Planned Pethood difference from many other rescues. YOu can do so here: http://www.plannedpethood.org/about/

Come Meet Our Pets...

We have several adoption events a week at various locations. Check out our calendar for details here: http://www.plannedpethood.org/events/ .

Our Adoption Process...

After you decide on the pet you're interested in, our adoption process begins. Please submit an application.

It will be reviewed by one of our volunteers. If certain and critical criteria is met, we will pass your application on to the foster. The foster will then contact you and make arrangements for your family to meet the dog, most likely at one of our many Adoption Events.

A home visit is also required for all of our adoptions. If you are local to the Toledo area, it will be performed by one of our volunteers. If you are long-distance, then we will need to make arrangements with a rescue group in your area. The processing of your application can take several days, so we ask for your patience.

Adoption fees depend on the specific animal.

Thank you for your interest in a rescue pet!