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Posted over 3 years ago | Updated 1 month ago

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Animal Lifeline, Inc.
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Facts about me

Domestic Longhair
Black (All)
9 years 6 months old, Adult
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Hair Length

My info

Checkmark in teal circle Shots current
Checkmark in teal circle Spayed / Neutered
Checkmark in teal circle Has special needs

My story

Kitty was born in 2014 and is a neutered male who was rescued as a stray. He has been in foster care for a while. He tolerates the other cat and the dog in the house but would probably be happiest as an only pet. Kitty is on some medications to keep him healthy, but he does love to play and snuggle. He will be your best friend if you give him time to get to know you!

Animal Lifeline, Inc.

Contact info
Pet ID
P.O. Box 894, Marlton, NJ 08053

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To ensure our pets go to the home best suited for them, we need to get to know you. Please submit your information on the adoption application form on our website:

Our adoption fees vary dependant on the pet's situation, but are never more than $130.00.

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More about this rescue

Animal Lifeline Inc., is a small non-profit rescue organization, dedicated to the care and rehabilitation of sick and/or injured stray and abandoned dogs and cats. Created by the employees of an animal hospital in Burlington County, NJ, we believe that as animal health care professionals, we not only have the opportunity, but also the responsibility to help animals that shelters might otherwise be forced to euthanize.
Animal Lifeline, Inc. is an animal rescue group, not a shelter. Animals are placed in foster care whenever possible; they're boarded at a veterinary hospital when foster homes are not available, or when illness prevents in-home care.
All animals are examined by veterinarians. Dogs are heart-worm tested, and cats are FIV/FELV tested. They are fully vaccinated, wormed and spayed or neutered (if old enough).