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Male Adult Domestic Shorthair

If you have any questions about Casper, please contact Partnership for Animal Welfare at

Partnership for Animal Welfare

About Casper

Adoption Fee: $140.00

Casper is an affectionate male cat with a lovely all white coat and beautiful green eyes. He was a stray in rural VA, and has made his way to PAW to find his forever home. He gets along with other cats, but does want to be the dominant cat in the household.

Casper is a big chunk of a boy - solid, not overweight. He greets his foster mom with a twitching tail, signalling that he is glad to see her. He communicates in little mews and is generally a quiet boy.

Casper has been neutered, tested negative for FIV/FeLV, has been microchipped and is up to date on his vaccines. If you are interested in Casper, please complete an application. Upon review of your application, a PAW volunteer will set up a time for you to meet this sweet boy.

For more information about Casper, feel free to reach out to Heather at



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Shots up to date
Ok with kids
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Ok with dogs
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Ok with cats

Partnership for Animal Welfare

P.O. Box 1074 Greenbelt MD 20768

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