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Brax (Abraxos)Rescue Me ID: 23-10-12-00402

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About Brax (Abraxos)

Adoption Fee: $150
American Shorthair
Age: Adult
Sex: Male

* 5yo sweet, affectionate, void boi seeking fur parents with fairly consistent schedule who will let him snuggle under the blankets with them. - - - Enjoys naps in the sunshine, playing with ping pong balls, and butt scratches. - - - Some of his favorite places are curled up at the end of the bed and window hammocks. - - - Biggest pet peeves are being locked out of the bathroom if you are also in the bathroom, people who come over unannounced without calling first, and the ice dispenser on the fridge. - - - Originally found as a spicy feral baby with his mama and was the only surviving kitten of his litter. - - - Why should you adopt your very own Abraxos: he's current on his vaccinations, microchipped, and includes a limitless supply of love and adoration (but also- prescription cat food, vet approved treats, litter + box, toys, favorite beds, topical flee treatment & even a kitty drinking fountain) - - - Brax underwent a successful P/U surgery for crystals/blockages in his urine in the beginning of October 2022 and has been blockage free for over a year now! He has a lifetime prescription for vet prescribed cat foods (dry or wet) specifically designed to help prevent the formation of urinary crystals. Abraxos is not considered a special needs kitto as crystals are incredibly common and can come and go throughout a cat's lifetime, he's just one of those kitties that's prone to getting them. - - - *Abraxos does well with older kids (teens) but will hide from the smaller, unpredictable ones- his words, not mine. - - - Please, contact me if you'd like to know more about this wonderful little house panther and/for additional photos or videos. Thank you! **DUE TO IT BEING OCTOBER AND HIM A BLACK CAT: he will not be available until after November 1st for his own safety.

Sonoma County
Petaluma, California


  • Good with Most Cats
  • Good with Adults (Not Kids)


  • Low Energy
  • Submissive


  • Neutered
  • Vaccinations Current

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