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Male Young Domestic Short Hair

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CatVando NFP Corp

About Teddy

Adoption Fee: $75

Teddy is an incredibly sweet big boy who has come out of his shell at his foster home since the departure of some of his more outgoing foster siblings. He has always been the darling of his foster home because he was so beautiful and gentle and large, and he always stuck around where people were and always joined in on playtime even when he seemed like he was a very shy cat. Now that he's decided the home is his own he has become even more of a darling, cuddling and purring all the time and making sure he's around whenever there's a lap to sit in. He loves other cats and should be in a home with at least one other cat, but from our experience it seems he'd do best in a home with only one or two other cats so that he can feel comfortable and bold enough to come out of his shell. He'd make anyone an incredibly lucky cat owner because of how beautiful and generally wonderful he is. Contact CatVando today to make an appointment to see for yourself what a winning companion he is! 



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CatVando NFP Corp

PO Box 851 Maywood IL 60153

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Domestic Short Hair

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