Adopt a Domestic Short Hair (short coat)

Domestic Short Hair (short coat) Cat

Twin Tuxedo Boys the Cat needs a home

Please contact AHS (ahspets@gmail.com) for more information about this pet.

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These handome Twin Tuxedo Boys are very lucky to be alive! They were rescued & brought into a vet clinic when their eyes were still mostly closed and they weighed 0.1 lbs and 0.4 lbs. They were dying, their eyes were nothing but pus, and one of them had maggots in his rectum. Their foster mom bottle fed them and worked closely with the vet to get them healthy. The vet estimated that they were born on 9/30/2017. They are now about 4 months old, neutered, up to date on vaccinations, dewormed, microchipped, etc. and are available for adoption through Acadiana Humane Society. They must be adopted together to the same home. Because of this requirement, they are a two for one adoption fee special. So instead of $100.00 each adoption fee, it is $100.00 total adoption fee which covers both of them. If you are interested in adopting both of these sweet babies, the first step to be considered to adopt and to see if you are a good match for these two, is to completly fill out and turn in our prescreening application. You can download it from our website, or pick one up at the Lafayette Petco. Emailing your application is the best way to get it to us, as our fax machine is broken. http://acadianahumane.org/catblogger/


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  • Animal: Cat
  • Breed: Domestic Short Hair (short coat)
  • Size: Medium
  • Gender: Male
  • State: Louisiana
  • Zip/Postal Code: 70584-0536
As of 7/13/2020 Twin Tuxedo Boys is still available for adoption. Please use the owner information below to confirm that Twin Tuxedo Boys is still available or to adopt. Don't forget to check the other animal shelters near me there are many other pets needing a fur-ever home.

Owner Information

You can find Twin Tuxedo Boys at Acadiana Humane Society

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