Isabella and her husband are both members of the US Army and are both currently overseas on assignment until 9/15/2019. The couple had left their friendly and outgoing cat, Oliver, with a friend who very suddenly had to move. Poor Oliver is now back in his mom and dad’s house with a neighbor periodically looking in on him. Isabella and her husband are hoping for a great foster home near Fayetteville, NC, to care for Oliver until they return to the States in September.

Oliver is a 2 year old neutered male tabby cat. Oliver is a big guy at about 12 lbs, and he’s up to date on his vaccinations and flea/tick prevention, plus he’s microchipped. Oliver gets along with dogs as well as cats, and is what we call here at PACT an “equal opportunity snuggler.” Oliver is a higher energy cat who likes to play, so be prepared with his favorite feather toys/strings. He will sometimes chew charging cords that are left out in his reach. Oliver has been alone for a few days now, and we’re hoping we can find someone to give this boy the attention he craves!

FUR FACTS: Oliver
ASAP-9/15/2019 (2.5 months)
Currently in Fayetteville, NC
Male, Neutered, 2 years old, 12 lbs Domestic Short Hair – Tabby

Children: Good with kids
Other dogs: Good with dogs
Cats: Good with cats
Medium Energy, litter trained, up to date on vaccinations, parasite preventative

If you are interested in fostering pets like Oliver, fill out a Foster Family Application. If you are interested and have already completed your Foster Application, please emailinfo@pactforanimals.org and let us know!