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Male Adult Domestic Short Hair

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

Partnership for Animal Welfare

About Eddie

Adoption Fee: $105.00

Eddie is a sweet orange and white boy who is about 1 year old. He was found outside in a feral colony, but soon proved to his foster mom that he was definitely not feral! Eddie loves being held and brushed, purring all the while.

Eddie is negative for FIV/FELV, is up-to-date on his shots and is neutered.

To learn more about Eddie, please contact Heather at

Come and meet our PAW cats at one of our weekend adoption shows at local area pet stores. All the cats don't attend every adoption show so if you are interested in meeting a particular cat send in an email to make arrangements.

PLEASE NOTE: We only adopt our animals to locations within one to two hours of the MD/DC/VA metropolitan area



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Partnership for Animal Welfare

P.O. Box 1074 Greenbelt MD 20768

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