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My name is Dolan!

Posted 1 year ago | Updated over 8 months ago

I'm being cared for by
Anjellicle Cats Rescue
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Facts about me

Domestic Shorthair
Black & White or Tuxedo
7 years old, Adult
Pet ID
Hair Length

My info

Alert icon Not good with dogs
Alert icon Not good with cats
Checkmark in teal circle Shots current
Checkmark in teal circle Spayed / Neutered

My story

If you are looking for a lap cat and lifetime companion, then check out Dolan! This tuxedo charmer is social and enjoys being around people once he trusts you. He is a chatty boy - especially around mealtimes - and likes it when you speak to him. He would love for you to practice presentations on him! When Dolan connects with you, he will do everything possible to sit or lay on you. He loves to be scratched on the head and will purr and purr, even while just hanging out on the couch. He is a wonderful companion and likes to remind you of that at every opportunity. Dolan likes to nap on his foster's lap while she works and even during video meetings. This desire to connect and bond may be why he gets anxious when left alone for long periods of time. He is OK with a closed bedroom door at night as long as he has toys and a bedtime snack in the living room. As much as he enjoys company, Dolan doesn't do well around young kids and must be your only pet. He was terribly dehydrated and constipated when rescued as a friendly stray in Brooklyn. He has fully recovered but must eat mainly wet food due to this past neglect. He is working through his food insecurity thanks to a regular eating schedule of two wet food meals per day plus a snack at bedtime. He has a certain wet food that he LOVES and has helped him look and feel healthy. Dolan likes using a large top-entry litter box or a jumbo litter box with very high sides. He was born around October 2016.

Anjellicle Cats Rescue

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PO Box 2084, Radio City Station, New York, NY 10101

Their adoption process

Additional adoption info

Once you've filled out an application, we will contact your references and put you in touch with the foster/caregiver of the cat. Once your application is approved, we schedule you to attend an online group seminar on cat care. Then you would sign the adoption papers, pay the adoption fee, and make arrangements for the cat to be moved to your home. We always do a home visit which is both reassuring to the cat when it is being introduced and to the foster who has taken care of the cat. Presently we are doing home visits with FaceTime or Zoom to confirm you have secure windows, no toxic plants and a generally safe environment for a cat. The adoption fee is $150 for one cat under 7 years old, $75 for one cat 7 years and older.

All cats have been tested for the Feline Leukemia and FIV virus, vaccinated (FVRCP and Rabies vaccines), microchipped, dewormed and spayed/neutered. If you adopt kittens that are too young to be altered, we will arrange the spay/neuter/microchip at a later date at a partner vet.

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If you've found the cat of your dreams and wish to begin the adoption process, please email Anjellicle Cats Rescue at

More about this rescue

Anjellicle Cats Rescue is an all-volunteer registered 501c3 cat rescue committed to helping make New York a no-kill city. As one of the most active cat rescues in the 5 boroughs, ACR is dedicated to rescuing, rehabilitating and adopting out homeless cats and kittens, many of which are sick, injured or dismissed as unadoptable. Through a coalition of volunteer advocates and caregivers, each rescued cat is welcomed with kindness and medical care into a foster home with the goal of adoption into a permanent, loving home. We believe that no animal should be ill-treated and strive toward a day when awareness, education and compassion have served to replace euthanasia as a solution to companion animal overpopulation.