Meet Fred!  He's a very special kitty who needs a fur-ever home.

According to the PALS No-Kill Cat Shelter Facebook page, Fred came to the shelter following the passing of his owner.  He is about 12 years old and is blind.  Despite being blind he gets around really well.  The shelter staff feel he would do best in a quiet home that doesn't have young (LOUD) children.

He does have some issues and will need to have a dental appointment scheduled before his adoption.

Because of his age, the only adoption fee is a donation to the shelter.

If you'd like to meet / adopt Fred, call the shelter at 207.395.4274.

Even though I am not the biggest pet lover, it warms my heart that we have an organization like the PALS No-Kill Shelter in Central Maine.  The thought of any animal being put to sleep because he or she has not yet met the perfect (purrfect?) family really saddens me.  So, to the team at PALS, thank you for all you do!

Unfamiliar with the organizations?  Their Facebook page says:

P.A.L.S. is a no-kill cat shelter that began in 1980 as a non-profit, charitable organization. No public funds support this organization. P.A.L.S. is supported by memberships, fund-raising, memorial gifts, donations, and bequests. Your support is greatly needed. The shelter's living space consists of several rooms where the cats roam freely and have access to enclosed outdoor pens. Occupancy can range from 90-140 cats at any given time.


 

PALS has a special new kitty that is available for adoption. Meet Fred! Fred is approximately 12 -13 years old and...

Posted by PALS No-Kill Cat Shelter on Friday, January 8, 2021

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