Meet Blackie the explorer

This handsome former adventurer will need to be an inside kitty
Blackie, a formerly feral cat, is learning to trust folks at the shelter. People for Cats photo.

Blackie is a young, handsome black domestic short hair male, with a white accent patch
on his chest, and large double paws. He is a former feral that was found fending for
himself while he was living in an abandoned home in East Falmouth. One of our
volunteers started feeding him and brought him to the shelter. Blackie is quite shy around people and needs an extremely patient, caring individual who can earn his trust and establish a bond with him.

While at People for Cats, he has learned to trust and become attached to a few volunteers and with these people he is quite sweet and lovable. He is a bright, playful, and curious kitty, who loves to stick his head in pockets and boots scouting for whatever he can find.

Blackie would do best in a quiet peaceful adult home, without children or other pets. He
also definitely needs to be an indoor only cat. Stan, one of our volunteers, has been
Blackie’s closest friend at the shelter and any potential adopter would definitely benefit
from talking with him.

If you would like to visit with this handsome boy or one of our other equally charming
kitties, come in to the shelter at 44 Beagle Lane in Teaticket. We are open to the public
on Wednesdays from 4 to 6 p.m., Saturdays from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m., or call our hotline for an appointment. Hotline: 508-540-5654.


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