Featured Adoptable Pet: Knox

Name: Knox
Breed: Domestic Short Hair
Age: 3.5
Size: Medium
Energy: Low

Spay/Neutered: Yes
Up To Date On Vaccinations?: Yes
Dewormed?: Yes

Rescue: Murci’s Mission Inc
Contact: [email protected], murcismission.org


Knox is the longest term resident of Murci’s Mission and would love to finally find his perfect forever home. He has never had a family of his own from kittenhood onward and has spent over three years in rescue.

He is a solid black domestic short hair young adult male of about four years. He was found in a garage with his brother and sister when they were very young kittens. He is a bit skittish and will need a patient home that will give him time to settle in. He has skin allergies and will need to be on a daily dose of Apoquel. He gets along great with other cats and dogs. His favorite pastime is spending his days snuggling under the blankets so your spot in bed is guaranteed to always be kept warm for you!

He comes neutered, vaccinated, microchipped and dewormed. His adoption fee is $40.00.

*Information is approximate and based on the information gathered by the rescue group involved.  Personality/disposition reports may be based on a single person or family’s experience.  Animals respond to different people and locations in different ways. Contact rescue for more information, or to learn about other adoptable animals in their care.

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