Pet of the Week: Dominick

by July 5, 2016 at 12:45 pm 0

Our latest Pet of the Week is Dominick, a 10-month-old black cat rescued from a shelter Pocahontas County, W. Va. Here’s a little bit about him from his foster parent, Jodi:

My name is Dominick and I’m about 10 months old. I was rescued from a shelter in Pocahontas County, WV and I arrived in the D.C. metro area just a little while ago, hoping to find my forever family. I am part of the elusive “urban panther” tribe, meaning I’m a black cat. I’ve very soft and silky, or so foster mom tells me. I currently live with an annoying dog who tries to lick me ,and two other cats, and one of them is always licking me too. I’m very chill and I take this all in stride. I love to curl up next to foster mom or just watch the world outside the window. I was in a cage at the shelter since October, so I spent most of my life behind bars and now I’m just enjoying a different view. I’m very sweet and calm, but I do have a playful side and I’m just now discovering the joys of cat toys.

Those interested in adopting Dominick can find more infromation on the City Dogs Rescue adoption page.

Want your pet to be considered for the Borderstan Pet of the Week? Email us at [email protected] with a 2-3 paragraph bio and at least three horizontal photos of your pet.

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Photos courtesy of Jodi Sirotnak


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