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Denny and Christal's Furry Friends - Meet Sinatra!

by Christal Blue posted Mar 14 2014 9:20AM
Please consider adopting this guy…he does it HIS WAY!  

Sinatra and all the other black or black and white kitties are available for adoption for ONLY $5 during the March Madness SALE at the Fredericksburg SPCA!!  

Get more information and meet your pet match at www.fburgspca.org and make sure you tune in every Friday for our visit with Director Debra Joseph.


Animal ID 12770024 
Species Cat 
Breed Domestic Shorthair/Mix 
Age 3 years 5 months  
Sex Male 
Size Small 
Color Black 
Spayed/Neutered  YES
Declawed No 
Housetrained Unknown 
Site Fredericksburg Regional SPCA 
Location Cat Condos 
Intake Date 12/6/2010 
Adoption Price $25.00 ($5 in March!)

   HELLO MY NAME IS SINATRA! I AM THE MOST HANDSOME KITTY IN THE SHELTER. I LOVE OTHER KITTIES AND CAN SOMETIMES GET CARRIED AWAY WITH MY SOMETIMES DOMINANT PERSONALITY, I JUST NEED THE RIGHT FRIENDS. I AM A LOVER, AND ON OCCASION FIGHTER, LOL. I LOVE ALL THE ATTENTION AND HAVE A SPUNKY AND CURIOUS NATURE. BUT I CAN ALSO BE SHY AND ALOOF UNTIL YOU GET TO KNOW ME. I HAVE BEEN PATIENTLY WAITING AND REALLY HOPE SOMEONE SEES ME FOR THE WONDERFUL COMPANION KITTY I AM. I LIKE TO PALY, WATCH THE CAT TV SHOWS AND DO USE A CARDBOARD SCRATCHER. BUT BE WARNED I AM NOT FOR THE FAINT OF HEART FAMILY, I AM LOOKING FOR A BOLD FAMILY TO GO WITH MY BOLD PERSONALITY. YOURS TRULY, SINATRA
 


 

More in the Morning's Furry Friends segment airs every Friday at 8:40am with special guest Debra Joseph and is brought to you by Merryman's Service Center, Downtown Fredericksburg, 540-371-6990
 
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1.  The original version of this movie came out in the mid-1940s.

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