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My name is Sweetie!

Domestic Shorthair Cat for adoption in Cuba, New York - Sweetie
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Joyful Rescues, Inc.

Facts about Sweetie

  • Breed: Domestic Shorthair
  • Color: Gray, Blue Or Silver Tabby
  • Age: Senior
  • Sex: Male
  • ID#: 6011079-13C047
  • Hair: Short
I'm the sweetest cat EVER!

Sweetie was born March 17, 2005 and weighs a little too much at about 14 lbs.  So often elderly humans let their pets get heavy so she could use a Weight Watcher's plan.  Back in 2005 we took in a somewhat feral Siamese cat and her two kittens.  My in-laws visited and I put a kitten in Dad's lap and that was all she wrote.  Why the name Sweetie for a boy cat?  Well, we thought it was a girl and the name stuck anyway.  This kitty is as sweet as can be, loves rolling around and being pet.  Mom-in-law passed away a year ago and Dad LOVED this cat!  He had to know where she was at all times and Sweetie loved to lie with him and on his lap.  Sweetie had a wonderful life, but now that they are both gone he needs a new home.  He is good in the car (went with them to Colorado once), and with dogs and other cats.
 
Sweetie's adoption fee is $50.00.
 
A cat can live 12-18+ years if cared for properly. Be sure you are able to care for it for its lifetime.
 
YOU MUST BE AT LEAST 21 YEARS OF AGE TO ADOPT A CAT FROM JOYFUL RESCUES.




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