Tuesday, August 11, 2020

Pet of the Week | Stevie a Grey Tabby Cat

paws of coronado pet of the week 03.28.18 is stevie a wonder of a cat

This Stevie Is a Real Wonder

The sweet and handsome feline Stevie has been through a lot in his relatively short life. Thankfully he has landed at PAWS and gotten the care he has needed for his eyes and is now ready for a forever family who will appreciate his charm and understand his needs.

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· Stevie loves people and enjoys lots of lap time with his human friends.

· Stevie is blind and recently had one eye removed due to swelling. His impairment doesn’t seem to slow him down too much! He knows his name and finds his friends easily when he’s called for.

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· Stevie seems to navigate new places pretty well and he is very alert and in tune with his environment.

· Because of his blindness, Stevie can startle easily, so will need a family who understands his needs and his body language.

Stevie’s Stats
Male Cat, 5 Years Old, DSH, Grey Tabby, Vision Impaired, Shots Up To Date, Neutered, Microchip Implanted, Tested for FELV & FIV, Dewormed, Flea Preventative Applied, Adoption Fee = $50.00

Are you looking for a sweet and handsome fellow to keep you company? If you are, Stevie may be the purrfect feline for you! Come down to the Coronado Animal Care Facility today and meet Stevie!

The facility is open daily between 9:00 am and 11:30 am and 12:30 pm and 4:00 pm (except major holidays). It is located at 1395 First Street at the south end of the Ferry Landing complex.

You can contact the Cat Adoption Team by calling Bob at 619-840-9727 with any questions not answered on the PAWS website.

And please check out Stevie’s full profile and those of the other cats for adoption on the PAWS of Coronado cats for adoption page.

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PAWS of Coronado was established in 2003. PAWS manages the Coronado Animal Care Facility and cares for the orphaned cats and dogs of Coronado while they find them their forever homes.
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