It's another Wet Nose Wednesday from our friends at Pet Overpopulation Prevention.


Say hello to Midnight!

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Midnight is a sleek medium short-haired male black cat.


Hello, my name is Midnight.

I am about 4 years old and I spent a lot of time outdoors before I was rescued. I am friendly and love to be with my humans. I will snuggle on the bed at night, and I might even lay on you. If you sit I would love to snuggle next to you or on your lap. I don't meow much only when I want out, in, or for dinner. I also have a cute humming purr/chirp sound I make. I love to be around people and follow my foster mom around a lot and I do love to be petted. I also have a funny way of wagging my tail when my back is rubbed.

Because I was only recently neutered my foster mom thinks I might do better as an only cat or possibly with a younger female. I am amazing with kittens. I seem to get along with other cats and I want to be friends but they don’t always want me to be their friend. I don’t know how I would do with small dogs. I have learned to ignore or avoid my foster family’s Great Dane. I get along fine with kids too!!

I also have a love of eating canned food but have been known to eat the dog's dry food and I really love butter (hide the dish). I would love a home that has the flexibility to let me roam outdoors as well as chill inside but I am learning how to appreciate the sweet indoor life. When I am outside I tend to stay near my family's home.

You will know I want out if I am pacing and chirping or sitting by the door. I really am super sweet, I am totally fine being picked up and held. I am also a great traveler in my pet carrier. Midnight has been neutered, vaccinated, and microchipped.

My Adoption fee is $75 and includes a complimentary vet exam, coupons from Petsmart, and a gift bag from POPP.

If you'd like to adopt Midnight, feel out my application here.

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