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My name is Al (21-468)!

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Domestic Shorthair
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Hair Length

My info

Small blue checkmark Good with kids
Small blue checkmark Good with cats
Small blue checkmark Spayed / Neutered

My story

Updated on 8/31/2022

Al is a gorgeous grey and white tabby male. Approximately 1 year old, he has been with his foster since October 2021.

He comes out for her but is very shy and hides when anyone else is in the room. He is very gentle and loves to play with wand toys and be around his human, but does not allow petting or being held.

Gets along with other cats and kittens,

He is current on shots and is neutered, If you have the heart and patience to work with and win his trust he would make an exceptional pet.

March 28, 2023, 3:12 pm

Heavenly Paws Animal Shelter, Inc.

Contact info
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Ann Behrendt
York County, PA 17360

Their adoption process

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The adoption fee is $120 for kittens.
Adults vary from $40-$100.

The adoption fee covers them being tested for leukemia and aids, their initial vaccines(distemper), a vet check-up, treatment for fleas, worms, parasites, ear mites, and their nails trimmed. If the cat/kitten is old enough they may have more done for them, such as, rabies vaccine and second distemper vaccine.

Also if they are old enough, they will be spayed or neutered prior to adoption. If they are not spayed or neutered prior to adoption, you will be given a spay/neuter certificate for one of our local vets. If you choose to use your own vet, we will take $20 off the adoption fee.

Our fees are very reasonable, considering you get about $300-500 worth of pet care when you adopt from us. Since we are non-profit, any donations and adoption fees are a tax-write off for you.


Our website is We are also referring people to visit us at and type in Heavenly Paws Shelter.

You must first fill out an application and successfully pass. Then there is a contract to sign.

Go meet their pets

Heavenly Paws Animal Shelter's home base is in Seven Valleys (York County), just below the square in York New Salem. However, we also have home fosters throughout York.

Visit with our kitties at any of our three retail satellite locations:
Petco West Manchester Town Center in west York,
Petvalu York at Queensgate and
Petvalu Shrewsbury at Shrewsbury Commons.

Or you can call 717-343-7669 to set up a time to meet the kitties at our Heavenly Paws Main Shelter or one of our foster homes.

More about this rescue

The mission of Heavenly Paws Animal Shelter is to provide housing, care, and treatment for sick, injured, abused, homeless, and handicapped domestic animals. The shelter will remain a no kill facility. As long as space is available, no domestic animal shall be turned away. The shelter works with local veterinarians to treat the animals and obtain all necessary vaccinations. Spay and neutering services are required to help decrease the spread of deadly diseases and help control the unwanted animal population. The shelter is also working with local municipalities to control the escalating stray cat population in York County. We strive to strengthen the human-animal relationship through education and a referral service. We speak at numerous organizations and clubs throughout the county to spread awareness