Winston, Cat, Tabby (short coat)

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Species: 
Cat
Breed: 
Tabby (short coat)
Primary Breed: 
Tabby
Gender: 
Male
Declawed: 
No
House Trained: 
Yes
Age: 
Adult
Special Needs: 
No
Spay/neutered: 
Yes
Size: 
Medium
Vaccinations Up to Date: 
Yes
Color: 
Brown
Coat Length: 
Short
Found: 
No
Description: 
Winston is a five year-old brown tabby kitty who needs a loving forever home. He can be shy at first meet but warms quickly and really enjoys the company of calm people who love cats. Volunteers say he would prefer to be the only pet of the house. For additional information on Winston and for information on how to adopt a homeless cat in need, please contact Nancy at: nancygalbert@mac.com *Animal Allies is not a shelter facility and can only accommodate a limited number of animals who are fostered in the homes of volunteer rescue assistants when they are not at the Winchester Petsmart location. Please do not contact Animal Allies for the purpose of dropping off animals, especially animals have not been vet-checked, as they may pose a threat to the well being of our cats for adoption through bacterial/viral transfer and we simply have no room for them.. Please do not drop stray animals at the Petsmart location as this is a violation of store security and common human ethics. This is a very serious issue that can not be ignored. Infectious diseases can be harbored by stray, abandoned animals, so please consider basic sanitation (wash hands, change clothes) after handling stray/abandoned animals before handling your own pets. If you have a rescued animal and absolutely, positively cannot keep them long enough to be checked by your vet, please transport them to your nearest animal shelter, or contact Animal Control. If you would like to open your home as a foster parent to a cat/kitten(s) please contact Nancy at: nancygalbert@mac.com. Your cooperation is sincerely appreciated. Thank you for your patience and understanding on this matter and please spay/neuter your pets (and/or strays) in order to help control the national domestic pet overpopulation problem.