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Male Kitten Domestic Short Hair

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

Partnership for Animal Welfare

About Chase

Adoption Fee: $105.00

Chase, a sweet brown tabby male, and his siblings Cassidy and Duncan were found in a diaper box in the middle of the street when they were about 3 weeks old. Lucky for them, a kind woman rescued them and called PAW. They've grown up to be healthy kittens and ready to find their forever home! 

The siblings were born in July 2019, are up to date on their vaccinations, tested negative for FIV/FELV, and will be spayed/neutered soon.

If you would like to meet Chase please contact Rain 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



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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Jack is a 1.5 year old hound who is 52 lbs.  He came to PAW because he was bred to be a hunting dog but was scared of the sounds of guns... show more

Jack is a 1.5 year old hound who is 52 lbs.  He came to PAW because he was bred to be a hunting dog but was scared of the sounds of gunshots. He is a total love and hasn’t met a person or dog he doesn’t like (at least not yet!). He has a lot of energy and would love an active family to welcome him into their home.  Some facts about Jack: He thinks he’s a 10 pound dog, and likes to play that way. He has no idea how big he is.  He’s been in a home environment before, and is very comfortable on a couch or ottoman, but is easily scared of machines like an automatic trash can or garage door. He also doesn’t appear to have experience with stairs.  He’s super silly, and very much has puppy playfulness in him.  He thinks winter hats are toys.  He is an aggressive chewer, and will need tough bones/toys.  He’s housebroken and very comfortable in a crate. He likes to be with his pack.  He’s great with kids, and isn’t aggressive at all, but he doesn’t have any manners so he can just push and knock the little ones down very easily.  As such, a family with older kids or an adult-only home would be ideal. His hunting/prey drive is very high. He may not do well in a home with a cat but we don’t know for sure. He has a lovely, very loud, howl/bark/bey. On a morning walk, he saw some deer and probably woke up the whole neighborhood! If you are interested in adopting Jack, submit an application now! show less