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Root: Oregon Humane Society's Cat of the Day

Root: Oregon Humane Society's Cat of the Day

Credit: Oregon Humane Society

Root is an extra nice cat with a very soft coat, which he likes to have petted. He may tak a bit to get to know you, but then his true colors will show and he will see that he can be loved again. You can be the one to give Root his chance for a great life as a pampered cat!

by Oregon Humane Society

kgw.com

Posted on August 14, 2013 at 9:05 AM

Updated Wednesday, Aug 14 at 9:05 AM

The Oregon Humane Society’s Cat of the Day is Root. This handsome fellow is four years old and weighs a bit over 13 pounds. He enjoys being around his friends and is looking for the purrrfect home. Root may take some extra time to adjust so we would recommend a patient home with adults only or older cat savvy children. Once Root warms up he is an affectionate dude that enjoys lounging with his friends and having a good time. Root has had a rough past and is ready to retire to a home where he is spoiled and loved endlessly. He is FIV+ so needs to be an indoor only cat and the only cat in the household or to have an FIV+ feline friend. You can visit with him at the Oregon Humane Society, 1067 NE Columbia Blvd., Viewing hours are 10-7 Sun-Wed; and 10-9 on Thurs-Sat. Adoption hours are 10-6:30 Sun-Wed; and 10-8:30 Thurs-Sat.

 Root’s adoption fee includes neuter, microchip ID, collar and OHS ID tag, initial vaccines, courtesy veterinarian exam, and plenty of post adoption support. Availability is subject to prior adoption.
 
Adopt any adult cat or kitten and take home a second cat or kitten FREE! Due to popular demand, this offer has been extended indefinitely. OHS is stocked with lots of kittens and adult cats who all need wonderful homes: please consider adopting a pair this summer.
 
The Oregon Humane Society’s Westside Adoption Center located at 6100 SW Macadam Ave., Portland also has kittens for adoption and dogs. The kittens live in colony rooms and the dogs spend their days in a large group area alongside other dogs in a doggie day care facility. If you want know if your potential new best friend gets along with other dogs, this is the place to visit.

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