I'm being cared for by: Fox Valley Humane Association
Help me get seen & adopted!
Facts about Chewy
Breed: Domestic Shorthair/Domestic Shorthair Mix
Color: Orange Or Red
5 years old Domestic Shorthair-Orange/White Tabby Neutered Male
Chewy is an absolute sweetheart and was recently surrendered to FVHA after not getting along with the other cats in the house. While being with us he has been getting a medical attention and working on getting back to his ideal health. While with us he had some teeth extracted and some other dental work done. Chewy was also treated for an eye infection that has been clearing up nicely and would require a vet re-check with the family vet. Chewy is an absolute lover and during his time with us he has become a staff favorite.
Adoption fee: The adoption fee for all cats 6 months and older is a donation of your choice. Your kind donation will help us care for more animals in need. Included in the adoption fee are rabies & distemper vaccinations, heartworm testing, deworming, spay or neuter surgery.
Please call (920) 733-1717 to confirm the shelter will be open when you visit.
Our Adoption Process...
Adopters meet with the animal they are interested in and then fill out an application for that animal. The application asks for other animals in the household, a veterinary reference, landlord if renting, and information on your household and habits. Fees are based on the animal, age, and breed.
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