I'm being cared for by: Space Coast Feline Network
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Facts about Fish
Breed: Domestic Shorthair
Color: Brown Or Chocolate
I am already neutered, up to date with shots, good with kids, not good with dogs, and good with cats.
Est DOB 6/3/09, DSH Brown tabby tuxedo, neutered male. Fishy came from a bad neighborhood where their foster mom has been trying to spay/neuter as many cats as she could to stop the reproduction cycle in an area where most people just simply didn't care. Seeing cats and kittens climbing in and out of dumpsters and garbage cans to find food to eat have become a part of the daily scenery. Fish is very happy to be living the good life now would be even happier to move on to a home where he could get LOTS of attention; he is a talker. All cats and kittens have been vet checked, tested for feline leukmia and FIV, given age appropriate vaccines, spayed/netuered and are free of internal and external parasites. Contact SandyGmeow@aol.com for adoption info
Space Coast Feline Network is a non-profit, all volunteer organization dedicated to the humane care and control of the homeless cat population of Brevard County, Florida. The organization was formed in 1995 and has TNR'd (trap-neuter-return) more than 8,000 cats in Brevard.
Come Meet Our Pets...
PetSmart in Melbourne, Sunday from 12-5 Pet Supermarket in Merritt Island, Saturday 12-4 Pet Supermarket in Indialantic, Saturday 2-5 Daisy's Place in Melbourne, Sat & Sun 11-4
Our Adoption Process...
Adoption application and agreement required. Adoption fee $75; includes spay/neuter, up-to-date vaccines, combo-tested for feline leukemia and FIV, free of internal & external parasites.
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