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Fat Boy 21-781 looking for a new home - Fredericksburg, VA

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Breed: Domestic shorthair

Sex: Male

Neutered: Yes

Age: Adult

Color: Tabby

Coat: Short

Vaccinations up-to-date: Yes

Notes: Fat Boy is a very sweet and outgoing guy that was dealt an unfair hand. Fat Boy found himself what he thought was his forever home, but sadly, shortly after he was given to this family, he stopped eating and lost a drastic amount of weight. The family did not have the funds to figure out his medical issues and he was surrendered to our shelter. His family loved him so much, and did what they knew was best, so please refrain from any unkind commentary. An immediate vet visit was in order and Fat Boy, it turns out, is DIABETIC. Insulin is not expensive and Fat Boy is an easy patient. PLEASE SHARE, Fat Boy deserves an incredible forever home, as does any other cat, and we do not want his "condition" to hinder his adoption. If interested in learning more or arranging a meet, please call 5405077459. 21-781 Fat Boy, Domestic Short Hair Mix, Adult, Male, Medium, Tabby (Gray / Blue / Silver). Vaccinations up to date, neutered.

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If you are interested in Fat Boy 21-781, stop by the shelter and meet him Tuesday through Saturday between 12pm and 4pm. Some cats can be seen in the lobby Tuesday through Saturday between 8am and 4pm.

The cat adoption fee is $55, which covers a 1 year rabies vaccine and spay or neuter. All animals are altered before leaving the shelter if older than 16 weeks. If the kitten is under 16 weeks, the adopter must live in Spotsylvania County.

All adoptions are on a first come, first served basis on the day the cat is available. Phone 540-507-7459 to check the cat is available.

To adopt you must be at least 18 years of age and provide a current ID.

Most of our cats are strays, and we can only guess by observing the behavior of the animal in the kennel and interaction by the shelter staff, whether they are good with other animals or children.

Some of the cats live in our lobby between 8am and 4pm where you can meet them Tuesday through Saturday.

Disclaimer: Although every effort is made to ensure these details are accurate, the webmaster and Spotsylvania County Animal Shelter cannot be held responsible for any problems arising from the information displayed here.

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