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Adopt-A-Pet at Centre County PAWS

by on May 23, 2015 6:30 AM

Cleveland Dozer has not had the easiest time of things, but he's still purr-fect.

The 1-year-old cat was found in a dumpster.

And that's not the worst of it. Cleveland Dozer was tiny and undernurished too.

C-D was rescued by good Samaritans and turned over to Centre County PAWS. Thanks to lots of TLC from PAWS volunteers, he's now a sleek young cat.

In a word, he's "adorable."

C-D should do fine in a home with kids. It's not clear how well he might do with other cats or dogs.

New environments can be overwhelming for this kitty so it may take him a while to settle in. He needs somebody who's is willing to take things slow -- and can be patient with him.

As an added bonus, a guardian angel has already paid his adoption fee.

You can meet this cute furball at PAWS, 1401 Trout Rd., State College, on Saturdays and Sundays.

Click HERE for more information about Cleveland Dozer or any of the other cats and dogs at PAWS.


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