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Tobee is a Loveable Lap Panther

Tobee has quickly won the hearts of staff and volunteers at the shelter. He's got an amazing personality and we think his face resembles a regal panther. He's a sweet, mellow guy with a lot of love to give. Tobee, who is about 5 years old, just wants to be near people and get love all day long. He enjoys sitting on laps, getting brushed and also seems to get along with other cats. And he’s been known to give a kitty kiss now and then! We’re so glad Tobee was rescued from the street. Now all we have to do is find him his forever home! Please note that Tobee has tested positive for FIV.  FIV is NOT a highly contagious disease but it is transmitted through deep bite wounds from cat to cat.

 If you are interested in meeting Tobee or any of the cats at The Ellen M. Gifford Cat Shelter, visit our website (www.giffordcatshelter.org). While you’re there, you can fill out an online adoption application for Tobee and learn more about our shelter. You can also call us at 617-787-8872. We are the oldest cageless no-kill cat shelter in the country, and we’re located right here in Brighton!

The mission of Gifford Cat Shelter is to provide a safe haven for abandoned, stray, abused, neglected, unwanted and injured cats with the goal of re-homing and ending the needless killing of community and companion cats. It was the first cageless shelter in the country and has been in existence since 1884.

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