Domestic Shorthair
Picture of Chai, a male Domestic Shorthair

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Age: 18 Years   Sex: Male

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Arrival Story:
I am not the gardian of Chai, just someone who would like to help get him adopted, all the credit for all info, videos, photos, diaries, etc. Will go to Good Mews shelter in Marietta Ga.

-house trained -senior -good with dogs -good with cats -good with kids - neutered -good with children

Lives Remaining:
9 of 9

Forums Motto:
Adopt Me!!

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I've Been On Catster Since:
April 24th 2012 More than 4 years!

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My Sis!

April 24th 2012 2:55 pm
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By the by, info about my sis will be coming soon!!! YAYY!!!

Black isn't bad,


Defeat Black Cat/Dog Syndrome!

April 24th 2012 2:53 pm
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Hi Everybody!
My sister Val and I are black, therefore forever cursed with the dreaded black cat syndrome. Now I'm not quite sure what it is, but the lovely shelter humans say that it is keeping me from getting adopted. WHY!? Please help me rid this dreaded curse! Me and my sis REALLY want to have a home. And my the shelter humans even said that for May, they would lower my adoption price, just because Val and I are black cats!!!! See, we aren't all that bad! Please help me get adopted soon! check out my account and tell everyone!!!
Purrs to all!,
Chai(and Val by association)


Seniors Rule!!!

April 24th 2012 2:47 pm
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Val and Chai were adopted from Good Mews several years ago, but were sadly returned because their family was moving and could not take them along. The family had four cats but could only find a home that accepted two pets, so they had to make the agonizing decision to choose which ones had to come back. That is a decision nobody wants to ever have to make.
We are a little worried about Val and Chai because they have been in a loving home for years and are now seniors. They are not used to shelter life and we do hope they will be OK. Often times senior cats are overlooked because people are afraid they will not live very long or they will have medical issues. But cats have been known to live well into their 20’s. And all cats can develop health issues, whether they are seniors or three years old. What is important is the time you can spend with your kitty. If you are together 1 year or 20 years, every minute is cherished, especially for the cat.
Val and Chai are hoping someone will want to provide them with a new home to live out the rest of their lives. Both cats are very charming and sweet. They are wonderful with children and have a lot of patience. They also do great with other cats. So please consider adopting a senior. They have so much to offer.
Val and Chai are required to be adopted together.

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