"Sammy" has a dark brown short smooth coat in a tabby pattern, a long ringed tail, and an adorable chubby-looking face. He has a playful outgoing personality and dearly loves his little sister "Betsy" with whom she is sharing a large triple cat tower in our Jungle Room. These siblings have spent nearly all of their young lives in our shelter and have not been separated since coming to our shelter on the Fourth of July 2016. We feel it is in their best interest to find a home together.
"Sammy" was neutered on September 28, 2016 and was given rabies vaccine. He is up-to-date on vaccinations and has been given wormer/flea treatments. "Sammy" weighed 10.4 lbs on February 15, 2017 when these updated photos were taken.
"Sammy" has limited vision in his left eye as a result of the eye infections that he had as a young kitten, so he is being listed as a 'Special Needs Cat'. But please be assured that this is not a problem for Sammy and doesn't slow him down in the least :)
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