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ASPCA Pet of the Week: Bart

Thursday, February 20, 2014 - 9:00am
Orange and white cat

Bart is a friendly guy who likes a balanced lifestyle. He enjoys giving and receiving affection on occasion, but he also enjoys quality alone time camped out on his favorite comfy chair or couch cushion.

This special cat has been under our care for more than two years! While he’s uncomfortable with extensive handling in the shelter environment, we think he’ll loosen up once he’s living large in his new forever home. He’d prefer to be the only pet in your home, and will get along fine with teens 13-and-up. Adopt Bart today!

Bart is available for adoption at the ASPCA Adoption Center. If you are interested in adopting please call our Adoptions department in New York City at (212) 876-7700 ext. 4120. To learn more about Bart, please visit his page.


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Emma

Oh, Bart, I hope a patient, wonderful person comes along very soon to scoop you up and give you a new home where you can relax and play and be really spoiled. Two years is far too long for you to be at the shelter. You need your own place. Once you're home, you'll come out of your shell. I'm sure of it.

Marj

I would love to adopt Bart, BUT I don't think shipping him from NY City to Jamestown. NY would be cost effective or good for Bart. WON'T SOMEONE PLEASE ADOPT HIM THAT LIVES CLOSER TO NEW YORK CITY? He would be your forever friend/child. I know that the cats I have now are my precious "kids"!!!!!!!

Gerry

He is a beautiful young man! I know that he will be a wonderful addition to a loving family, God Bless You Bart!

Jane Lee

Yes, nice idea. You are so positive.

gt

why are we worried about animals when all theese starving children are out dieng

Virginia

Why you don't occupy about children and let rest of people to occupy in animals or what they want to help? I bet you are the typical person who only criticizes but not do anything for no one.

greg

why are we worried about animals when all theese starving children are out dieing

Doris

Every breathing animal or human beings that need help should be giving help to make their life better

Doris

We are for the ASPCA.. Hello

greg

why are we worried about animals when all theese starving children are out dieing

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