I'm being cared for by: Humane Animal Rescue - East
Help me get seen & adopted!
Facts about Interceptor
Breed: Domestic Shorthair
I am already neutered.
This awesome six year old is Interceptor! He's an adventurous cat who is on a mission to make friends! Interceptor lived with other cats before. We're told that he is litter box trained. While we can't guarantee this, we hope that his good habits continue in his new home! Interceptor loves all kinds of toys and play - bring on the laser pointer, feathers and toy mice! He likes quiet time, too, and is always ready for a snuggle while you read, sleep or watch TV! Meet Interceptor at our East End location! Primary Color: Black Secondary Color: White Weight: 13.07 Age: 6yrs 1mths 1wks
Mission Statement: The Humane Animal Rescue mission is to provide temporary shelter, food, medical attention, and comfort to all abandoned, neglected and injured animals brought to us by the community; to restore lost animals to their owners or seek new homes for them, and to educate the public about the humane care of animals with a goal of reducing overpopulation.
Come Meet Our Pets...
Most of our adoptable animals are available daily at out shelter. We also occasionally have events off-site. Check out website for more information.
Our Adoption Process...
Requirement for adoption include: 1. Having all members of the household meet the animal 2. Dog meet-and-greets at the shelter if there is another canine in the home 3. Proof that dogs are allowed in the home including a lease and/or addendum if renting or proof of ownership if the home is owned (ownership can also be checked using the county assessment site if available).
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