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Unknown Cat Breed


2 Years




Small (< 20 lbs.)

Can Live With

  • Unknown



Current on Vaccines


Specialized Care

  • None


Spokane, WA


This cat showed up at my house in April of 2023 and he never left. He's an extremely friendly cat. He loves attention. His bad habit is he will walk right in front of you, right into your feet. For that reason, he is a trip and fall hazard and probably not a good fit for an older person.
He is very athletic and agile. He needs something to dig his claws into.
I noticed he was always messing with his ears and after checking him out I found he has ear mites. I don't have the money to take him to the vet, but I did find a vet in the valley that treats ear mites for as low as $40.00. So it would be best that you don't have him around other pets until the ear mites are dealt with.
As a requirement you must agree to treat the ear mites and agree to keep him as an indoor cat and not let him out. He got the ear mites from the feral cats in the first place.
You need to have a cat carrier. I feed him dry food and 1 wet food as a treat each day. I would ask you continue this because he likes the treats and waits for them every day like a little kid.
You need a cat carrier. He doesn't do trips in cars very well at all. It really stresses him badly to be in a car.
I don't know anything else about the cat other than he is male. I've tried to find a previous owner and have not had any luck. I can't take care of this cat especially with the ear mites. I have 3 cats of my own and currently he is quarantined from them, so he doesn't spread the ear mites to my other cats.

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