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My name is Thistle!
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Cat Around Town Project
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Facts about me

Domestic Shorthair
Brown Tabby
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Small blue checkmark Good with kids
Small blue checkmark Good with cats
Small blue checkmark Spayed / Neutered

My story

Thistle was born in a colony and is what we call a bonus kitty as he and his 4 siblings were brought into the program when we TNR’d his mom. Thistle is not a huge fan of being picked up, but has absolutely no qualms with plopping onto your lap for some serious snuggling! Start to pet him and that motor immediately kicks on and 3 pets in has kicked up to overdrive! When he’s not lounging in a lap, Thistle enjoys pursuing his siblings in a game of chase that ends in a wrestling match! His favorite toy is a ball and you’ll often see him in hot pursuit of a ball he’s subduing! If you’re looking for a lap warming purr-monster, then Thistle is the boy for you!
Thistle - DSH Brown Tabby, Male, Neutered, DOB 8/15/2019

December 9, 2022, 9:26 am

Cat Around Town Project

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Pet ID
Camden, SC 29020

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Additional adoption info

Adoption Application and Interview with Home Visit, Vet Reference, Adoption Contract, Adoption Fee, Follow Up Home Visit; Pet Adoption return guarantee

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We will be holding adoption event days with PetSmart on Ft Jackson Blvd and also Tractor Supply in Camden. These are partnerships that we've initiated and that have been greeted with open arms by these great organizations. MUCH More to Come!

More about this rescue

At Cat Around Town Project, we believe that by spaying and neutering as many stray and colony cats as possible, we are proactively controlling overpopulation at its source. All kittens and any cats that are adoptable are removed from the colonies and adopted to suitable homes. One day, when the supply meets the demand, there will be a home waiting for every kitten in our community. .