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Black & white male cat, neutered and declawed, looking for a home

By jim Published: March 12, 2011

Found September 2010 in Doylestown Oak Park, Mobile Home Community. Approximately 2-years-old, neutered male, declawed in front, big fuzzy black tail that hooks on the end.

I found the cat in the fall of 2010. I put an ad in the Trading Post and Daily Record trying to locate the owner. The cat was starving. I had him for about a month, fattened him up and found a home for him. I asked for the cat back a few months later, when I found out they had thrown the cat outside. It is declawed and defenseless.

The cat is very friendly and loving. He likes to cuddle and sleep with people. He is very playful and entertaining. He does beg for people food and can bite too hard at times. Probably not a good cat for small children or the elderly. He doesn't do well with other cats,

but I am sure he can handle himself with a cat loving dog. From living on the street, he became "street smart," in survival mode, so he can get scrappy with other cats and dumpster dive for food. He is getting a lot better, I am breaking him of these habits. If I didn't have the other two cats, I would keep him for sure. He is a good buddy and follows me around like a dog. It's just too kaotic here with the other two pets.

When I originally picked him up, he was starving and had worms. I was horrified. I took him to the vet to find out if he had a microchip. He didn't, but the vet estimated he was about 2 years old. I would find it hard to believe that the someone would dump off a cat soon after they paid to him declawed and neutered. I can't keep him because I have two cats, and they don't get along with him. It is difficult to keep them separated.

If you can provide him a good home please contact me.

Contact Phone Number: (330) 604-4652
Email: darlahostettler@yahoo.com

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