Male Domestic Short Hair (short coat) named Seinfeld available for adoption

Adoptable Male Domestic Short Hair (short coat)
Adoptable Male Domestic Short Hair (short coat)

Seinfeld

Breed: Domestic Short Hair (short coat)
Primary Breed: Domestic Short Hair
Age: Adult
Color: Orange
Sex: Male


Seinfeld likes to hide, but if you seek him out he will accept treats or play with a string toy. He'll even let you pet him if he's had the time to trust you. He was a scaredy-cat when he was found living in a warehouse with 14 other cats. Since coming to the sanctuary, he's gaining confidence. He loves other cats and seeks them out for comfort. Seinfeld is very young; we estimate he was born in mid-2014. He's looking for a home with someone who is willing to work with him and make sure he's comfortable in his new environment.Seinfeld is a Caturtle, also known as a shy cat who comes out of their shell in a home. Caturtles are free to adopt and can fly to their new homes for free anywhere in the U.S. or Canada.

Sanctuary Visit Required

These animals require that the potential adopter come and meet them at our Sanctuary in Kanab, UT.

Available for Sleepover

This animal is available for an overnight outing. If you are staying in a hotel, check in advance to make sure they allow dogs or cats.

Adoption Pending

There is a pending adoption application for this animal. Sometimes adoptions often fall through so please keep checking.

No Dogs

Based on observations from volunteers, fosters, previous owners and staff, this animal may do best in a household without dogs.

No Cats

Based on observations from volunteers, fosters, previous owners and staff, this animal may do best in a household without cats and other small pets.

Special Needs

This animal has a special medical, physical, or behavioral need. Many times these are minor so please fill out the adoption survey and the adoption specialists will contact you with more information about any animals you are interested in.

FIV

This cat has tested positive for FIV. FIV-positive cats can live normal lives both in quality and duration. They are great pets! There is a misconception that cats with FIV cannot live with other cats. That’s simply not true. Learn the risks here.

FeLV

This cat has tested positive for feline leukemia, or FeLV. FeLV-positive cats can live perfectly happy lives, and they deserve to do so. People who have FeLV-positive cats just need to be aware that they may have a shorter life span and that they need to be taken to a veterinarian as soon as a problem is noted. Read more here.

Declawed

This cat has been declawed by previous owners.