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About Mr. Sabbath
Adopted by Karina
Born ~2011, Male, Black Persian
Get ready to fall in love…….. Meet Mr Sabbath, a gorgeous black Persian with copper eyes. He will definitely steal your heart. Mr Sabbath is such a little doll. He loves to chase the laser, bat his mouse and run after balls. After he is done playing he loves to join you on the couch and relax.
How did such a treasure come into rescue you ask…. well Mr Sabbath’s previous mom is a student with financial hardships, can not afford his medical needs and new living arrangements does not allow pets. So she made the heartbreaking decision to turn him over to us.
Mr. Sabbath will only go to a Persian savvy home that knows the breed and will enjoy giving him his daily face washing. He has a sensitive tummy and is strictly on prescription food. Mr. Sabbath just got a full dental where extractions were needed and was left with only 1 remaining tooth which doesn’t stop him from eating both wet and dry food. He loves to be spoon fed, although not a requirement. Mr. Sabbath has otitis (inflammation of the ears), which just means he may need extra monitoring at the vet. Mr Sabbath did get his ears cleaned out at his last visit.
Who will be the lucky one to have him? Mr. Sabbath loves to have both his head and chin scratched. Loves to have his nose and nose crevice rubbed. And just being loved and cherished as he should.
Mr. Sabbath will thrive in a home where he can shine as an only pet. He is neutered, fully vetted and has perfect litter box habits.
He is fostered in Salinas, CA with foster mom Veronica.
If you are interested in this kitty you can contact Veronica by email at email@example.com . Please include your name, location, the name of this kitty and phone contact info. Veronica will get back to you as soon as she can. If you are seriously interested in Mr. Sabbath please fill out an Adoption Application at purebredsplus.org. and mention his name, Mr. Sabbath.
NOTE: We prefer families with children bring them to the adoption appointment. Why? This allows interaction between the children and the cat. This helps ensure they will be a good fit for each other. A mismatch between a child and a cat is not in anyone’s best interest!