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Sweet Cat at Rescue 2 Years Needs a Home

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231 Mt. Moriah Rd.
Ubi has spent almost his whole life at PAWS. August 1st will be his 2 year anniversary. Ubi is a bit of a wallflower, just hanging out on his cat shelf observing his surroundings. He climbs down from his perch and joins the other cats for their dinner dance every day. He enjoys rubs from our volunteers and has started to seek more attention. He may never enjoy being center stage or the first to hit the dance floor but when his song comes on, we knows he's got all the right moves! Let Ubi slow dance his way into your heart.

For more information on our adoptions or to see Ubi's webpage, visit http://www.PawsOfHertfordCounty.org. If you are interested in Ubi or any of our adorable adoptables, please follow these instructions: Fill out an adoption application at https://www.pawsofhertfordcounty.org/forms/. An adoption counselor will be in contact with you following the submission of your application. If approved, they will arrange a meet and greet at one of our trips to Chesapeake or at our shelter. Visits to the shelter are by appointment only, as we are a volunteer-run rescue organization.

All PAWS cats are spayed/neutered and current on the vaccinations appropriate for their age. Those who are confirmed over 4 months old or older will have their rabies vaccinations. All cats and kittens are tested for FIV/FELV. All are treated with flea/tick prevention and given internal parasite preventative on a regular basis. All are microchipped (for their safety and the adopter's peace of mind) as part of the adoption fee.

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