already neutered, purebred, and up to date with shots.
Sr. Patches's Info...
I am already neutered, purebred, and up to date with shots.
Sr. Patches's Story...
Sr. Patches's Story...
Sr. Patches arrived at our shelter on 8/29/13, Age; 10/12 yrs. Size: 8.0 lbs. He was an owner surrender could not have pets at new place he was living. Needed a shave down and a dental cleaning, this was done. He is a very sweet boy and came along with a Puggle. He is crate trained here, Owner stated not house broken good with children and other pets was never around cats per the owner. Adoption fee $100.00 or would love a sponsor as this would help with his vet bill.
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