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Cinderblock Cinderblock is a one and a half year old blue tabby. He is a neutered male. Cinderblock came to us as a stray, so we do not know what his background was before coming to the shelter. What we do know is that you will not find a cat more affectionate then him! Cinderblock just wants to be around people. He loves them so much; he talks to them until they give him what he wants… a god chin rub and many pets. Cinderblock will jump right into your arms and is fine with being picked up and cuddled. He is still young and likes to play with toys, but humans really are his favourite thing. He
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Chester Chester is a 7-year-old neuter male. He is a medium haired cat who is completely black. Chester has been with us for a couple months now, and he would really like to find his furever home. Chester is looking for a nice quiet home to live in. He would do best in a home with adults only, or older children, as he has never lived with kids before. He needs to be the only animal in the home, as he does not like the company of other cats or dogs. Chester can be shy at first, but once he is settled, he is a very sweet boy and is quite affectionate. Chester does NOT like to be picked up, he would
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Oscar Oscar came to QHS in April as a stray, after he joined a colony of barn cats in a rural community. Oscar was thin and very stiff walking. It turns out he had an old injury to his pelvis. He has been examined by a vet, and he does not seem to be at all bothered by it, he gets around just like a normal cat now. Oscar is a 5-year-old neutered male, blue tabby. We do not know Oscar’s history, but we do know that he can be skittish and afraid of loud noises, so he is best suited to a home that is adults only. He will take some time to settle in to his new environment and is going to need a
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