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OHH - ID#A011851

My name is OHH.

I appear to be a male, orange Domestic Shorthair.

The shelter staff think I am about 8 months old.

I have been at the shelter since Nov 19, 2021.

This information was refreshed 23 minutes ago and may not represent all of the animals at the Haywood County Animal Services.

Shelter Staff made the following comments about this animal:
O was the only survivor of his litter of pre-mature babies. O has come a long way from his days of starting out at 60 grams at birth and slightly twisted back legs. His foster carers have worked with him, strengthening him until now he is finally fully vetted, healthy, normal and ready to go home with a house full of sibling kitties.

O is short for the orange one. All his sibs were different colors and O for the orange one or the O boy just kind of stuck with him, especially when his foster mom had to lecture him about the wrongs of being destructive. Yes, O is destructive and we really hope he will grow out of it, but he does get really bored if he has no playmates.

O needs a home with patient understanding parents, lots of kitty siblings and probably a lack of breakable knick knacks in the home :)
We hope you can look beyond the destructive power of the O to the sweet, adorable, loving boy he is (when he is sleeping) and give him the best life he deserves.

He will also need a soft, downy blanket for sleeping as he has not gotten out of the habit yet of "nursing" for comfort at bed time. Yep. be prepared for wet blanket spots. He is definitely one of a kind and will go to a home that is just as special as he is.

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Haywood County Animal Services at (828) 456-5338

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