I am already neutered and up to date with shots.
Yeti appeared one day at a feral-feeding site in an industrial/commercial area of Anaheim. At first glimpse, he seemed to be a raccoon or some other wild creature as his long fur stuck through a chain-link-slatted fence. His “hunger meow” gave him away, and while peeking between the slats this beautiful, never-meant-to-be-in-this-location cat (hence his name) was seen. His seal-point coloring and piercing blue eyes and calm demeanor said that he belonged somewhere else. Attempts to locate his home or business caregiver were fruitless, and he became one of our rescues. Yeti is a male (approx date of birth 4/2015) Himalayan-mix seal-point long hair. He is quiet, and loves petting (a lot!), brushing (a lot!) and friendly playtime. His calm personality makes him an excellent candidate for any loving home. He would do well as either an only-cat, or with other friendly cats.
In foster with Jim.
Donation includes: spay/neuter, FELV/FIV testing negative, shots, de-flea, de-worm and collar/toys.
Call Cathi (714) 538-6108 if interested.
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