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Adopt Halo

Male Baby Domestic Short Hair

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Rescue Riders Cooperative PA

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About Halo

Email for inquiries. wildaboutcatscc@gmail.com Halo is a tuxedo kitten who was rescued after being dumped at someone’s home. When he and his 2 brothers were rescued they all had bad eye infections that were treated. Once the infection cleared up it seems he had a slight injury to his left eye but it doesn’t seem to be effecting his development or sight. He's a sweet baby and loves to play with his favorite toy plastic springs. He is a bit reserved initially but warms up quickly and then will cuddle and purr for your affection. He loves to lay in your lap. He loves to climb and he likes to lie in a hammock bed. He is a sweet, fun boy looking for a loving forever home! He was born in April 2021. He has been neutered & is up to date on his vaccinations. All of our cats are fostered in Tennessee but we transport to most states. We use Rescue Riders Pet Transport. They are the most animal-friendly transport on the road.

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Name
Halo
Age
Baby
Gender
Male
Size
Small
Shots up to date
YES
Ok with kids
Not Sure
Housetrained
Not Sure
Hypoallergenic
Not Sure
Spayed / Neutered
YES
Ok with dogs
Not Sure
Ok with cats
YES
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Cleveland

Husky

These siblings were born here with us (9 of them) their momma was a stray believed to be ridgeback mix and we can only speculate on what... show more

These siblings were born here with us (9 of them) their momma was a stray believed to be ridgeback mix and we can only speculate on what daddy or more than one daddy could be based on pups appearances. They are all adorable and seem to possibly have three or four different daddies. Looks like one dad could be black lab, one could be German Shepherd, one could be rottie and one little girl looks like there may have been a husky daddy involved too. Yes females can have more than one mate and often times multiple fathers and litters can be split like that. Regardless these are all cuties and they are all playful affectionate and just want to be loved. They are pure puppy. They will be available for pre adoption as they will not be adopted out until the 2nd of 3-4 puppy shots (your vet will recommend either 3-4) they will also need rabies at appropriate age 12 weeks at least. They will also receive bordetellla vaccines be spayed or neutered and microchipped prior. They have been dewormed a few times already and we will continue. They are also flea and tick free We are located in east TN but no worries we use the best pet transport out there, Rescue Riders. What’s also really great is the transport fee is included in the adoption fee!pleSe fill out an application on our site petpath.org show less