Meet Poe aka Henning a gray adult male cat. He is a Loving Care cat rescue kitty living at All About the Kitties satellite which is located in Spring Grove Pa, for the FASTEST response call (717)225-5095 or email email@example.com You may also visit our site at http://www.allaboutthekitties.org/ We have very flexible hours, you can visit 7 days a week almost any time.
Henning was adopted from our rescue one year ago, he was renamed Poe. Poe is being very shy right now but he has been here less than 24 hours. I pet him in his cube and he loves attention and wants to come out, he comes half way and goes back in. He was very attached to the man of the house but his story is a sad one. There is a small cat that lived with him and she was a total bully, even as far as monitoring the litter boxes and keeping him from using them so of course what choice did he have but to pee and poop elsewhere. This cat has done a number on this poor boy for a year and he is traumatized, our job is to bring him back to the sweet boy he used to be. Poe loves dogs but he may be fearful of other cats. Poe did come out over night to eat and drink and YES used the litter box, no messes out of the box. We need to find a loving semi quiet home, I think a dog would be a benefit but in his new home he will need time to adjust and trust he is safe. The pictures of Poe when he was with us as a baby show he was not hiding and scared, the bully did this to him.
His ID number is KC 504, his adoption fee is $50.00 which includes Felv and FIV test, distemper and rabies shots, worm and flea treatment. Poe is neutered and ready to start his new life.
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