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My name is Major!
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Private owner (Everett, MA)

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Submit Application

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Meet the Pet

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1.

Submit Application

2.

Interview

3.

Meet the Pet

4.

Pay Fee

5.

Sign Adoption Contract

Facts about me

Breed
Domestic Longhair
Color
Gray, Blue or Silver Tabby
Age
Young
Sex
Male
Pet ID
3420492
Hair Length
medium

My info

Small red x Not good with kids
Small red x Not good with dogs
Small red x Not good with cats
Small blue checkmark Needs experienced adopter
Small blue checkmark Shots current
Small blue checkmark Spayed / Neutered
Small blue checkmark Has special needs

Why I need a new home

Does not get along with other pet

My story

My daughter saw this poor guy on the side of a highway. He was frail, starving and could not walk. She picked him up and brought him home. We took him to Angell MSPCA in Boston to get treatment, neutered, shots and microchipped. He is two years old and went from 2lbs to 7lbs.

We went back and adopted him hoping he would get along with our older cat that just lost his best cat friend. However, Major was severely abused, he is just now allowing cuddles from humans. He has so much energy and lives to play, but he is scared of other cats and attacks our older cat. He needs to be loved through the past treatment. He is calmer around female voices, male voices he crouches down. One day, in the right loving home he will grow to be a great companion. However he will need to be an indoor cat due to his hind leg problem. No bones broken or fractured, it is just to his bad start in life. He comes with his own toys, blanket, covered cat box. We have all his medical records and chip info.
My daughter saw this poor guy on the side of a highway. He was frail, starving and could not walk. She picked him up and brought him home. We took him to Angell MSPCA in Boston to get treatment, neutered, shots and microchipped. He is two years old and went from 2lbs to 7lbs.

We went back and adopted him hoping he would get along with our older cat that just lost his best cat friend. However, Major was severely abused, he is just now allowing cuddles from humans. He has so much energy and lives to play, but he is scared of other cats and attacks our older cat. He needs to be loved through the past treatment. He is calmer around female voices, male voices he crouches down. One day, in the right loving home he will grow to be a great companion. However he will need to be an indoor cat due to his hind leg problem. No bones broken or fractured, it is just to his bad start in life. He comes with his own toys, blanket, covered cat box. We have all his medical records and chip info.
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Private owner (Everett, MA)

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Adoption fee $30.00

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