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Grant

APA-A-71526

Looks Like
Domestic Shorthair

Sex
Male

Current Weight
11 lbs

Estimated Age
7 Years
1 Months

Location
Foster

Adoption Fee
$0
Looks Like
Domestic Shorthair
Sex
Male
Current Weight
11 lbs
Estimated Age
7 Years
1 Months
Location
Foster
Adoption Fee
$0
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Mellow. Loving. Cheery.

"I'm horrible in the mornings. I'm grumpy." - Hugh Grant

Don't worry, Grant is lovely any time of day! But he really does love his nap time.

Grant is a little bit more of a reserved kitty at first. But, he becomes increasingly outgoing as he gets to know you. He loves to be near his people but he doesn't necessarily want to be held by them or on you, just near you. When given the chance he will hop up on your bed and sleep next to you. When Grant does want love he appreciates a good butt scratchin. You'll catch him raising his caboose up in the air when you've found the sweet spot. If you pet him on the floor, he'll fall over and begin rolling in happiness!

Now, don't make the mistake that Grant doesn't want affection and attention because he does and he will let you know when it's time for love with a very loud meow. You'll also hear this same loud meow when he's hungry. If someone new comes along, Grant hops onto his tower to check them out, quickly accepting the inevitable pets that come his way.

Grant doesn't really care to play too much, but he does like having a scratching post around.

Grant's ideal home would be one where he can really just lay back and chill and meow at you periodically to get love. It's not known how grant does around children, dogs, and other cats. When being picked up at the shelter Grant's foster noticed that he didn't seem to pay attention or care about other cats.

Grant is a healthy FIV+ (Feline Immunodeficiency Virus) cat. FIV+ cats typically live long, healthy lives! For more information, please contact APA! or read this FAQ: http://bit.ly/2DPxI43

Grant has tested positive for Feline Leukemia. FeLV is not a type of cancer. It's a virus that causes a weaker immune system and often a shorter life-span. For the most part, 'FeLVies' are just like any other cat. APA! waives the adoption fees of these cats, and provides FeLV-related treatment and support post-adoption. Grant can only live with other FeLV+ cats, but dogs and other animals are just fine! Any questions? We'd love to talk with you about FeLV care.

All APA! cats are fully vetted, spayed or neutered, and have updated vaccines and a microchip. Lifetime support is offered by our Cat Behavior Team.

For further information or to meet Grant, please email [email protected].
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Requirements

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We ask that all adult residents meet the cat to ensure he or she is a match for the entire family.

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Meet with an adoption counselor and fill out our adoption application in person. Please plan to spend 60-90 minutes to complete the adoption process, including visitation and paperwork.

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You must be at least 18 years of age.

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You must show a picture ID with a current address. If this isn't available, we will accept a picture ID with a current utility bill.

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You must live within 100 miles of Austin. Adopters of cats who are not yet spayed or neutered must live within Travis or Williamson County, and must put down a refundable $100 deposit in order to take the cat home prior to the surgery.

Our adoption fee varies per cat, but typically cats under 6 months are $90, between 6 months to 6 years old are $50, and cats 7 years old or older have a waived adoption fee. Our adoption fee includes:

Spay or neuter surgery

FeLV testing

Current vaccinations

Deworming treatment

Microchip

Lifetime behavior support

Accepted forms of payment include cash, debit or credit card, or money order payable to Austin Pets Alive!.

Want to learn more? Visit our FAQs Page

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