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Adopt-A-Pet at Centre County PAWS

by on August 16, 2014 9:00 AM

Who wouldn't want to get their claws on a good looking cat named Lobster?

He's a domestic short hair, dark gray and black spotted tabby, and has a "bengal" look to him.

Lobster is two years old and is neutered. He came to PAWS as a stray.

Everyone says he is friendly and has a powerful purr.

His foster mom says Lobster is a man of many moods -- reserved at times and then he acts like a social butterfly! And, boy, does he love attention. Sometimes he purrs just because someone opens the door of his cage!

Lobster should do well in a home with kids, other cats and even dogs. A guardian angel has paid Lobster's adoption fee.

You can see him at PAWS, 1401 Trout Rd., State College, when the shelter is open on the weekends.

To learn more about Lobster or the other dogs and cats available for adoption at PAWS, click HERE.

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