Smokey is a handsome local stray that was brought into Bergen County Protect & Rescue on May 6, 2014 by Humane Enforcement Officer John Rivera. He is a beautiful gray and white short hair domestic cat with large green eyes in which volunteers estimate him to be about 1 year old plus. He is neutered and up to date on shots.
Smokey loves his bed where he is warm and comfortable and wants to be held and petted. He loves his toys and is very curious of his surroundings.
Smokey is ready for adoption and will make a great companion to any household. He is also litter box trained. Smokey has not been tested yet with dogs however, being so affectionate he will bring much love to anyone who adopts him and not to mention will be your best friend for life.
Smokey is up for adoption at Bergen County Protect & Rescue located at 302 2nd St., Cliffside Park. You can contact the volunteer, non-profit. no-kill shelter by calling 201-945-0649 or visit our website at www.BCRescues.org or find us on facebook at facebook.com/bcrescues. The shelter is opened Sunday 12n – 4p, Monday by appointment, Tuesday 12n – 5p, Wednesday 12n – 7p, Thursday – Friday 12n – 5p and Saturday from 1p – 5p.
If you cannot adopt Smokey, please sponsor him until a loving home can be found. You can donate online or mail a check to Bergen County Protect & Rescue, PO Box 1172, Fort Lee, NJ. 07024 and mark check Smokey.
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