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Meet Bruno a Russian Blue currently available for adoption at Petango.com! 6/19/2018 3:34:14 PM

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Published on Jun 19, 2018

Hi, my name is Bruno! I am a 7-year-old, 25lb, polydactyl cat. I am perfectly healthy other than being overweight. I am on a diet, though, and walking/playing to lose some weight. I was SO happy to be out of the shelter and into my foster home. I hid under the couch for a few days, but I would come out once I saw my foster mom was home (not hear, but actually saw her with my eyes…)Most of my day is spent laying around, but never far from my foster mom or dad. I usually prefer to lay on the floor or couch/bed next to you, but occasionally I like to be a lap-cat. I also really like playing with my feather wand toy. Not so much my other toys or scratchers, though. I do like to sleep with my foster parents, but at the end of the bed so you still have room.
I like when you scratch the sides of my face and neck. I like to be pet on the top of my head and spine only. I know my tummy is so tempting to touch, but I would prefer if you didn’t. I may swat my hand and pretend to bite if you do.
I like to talk to you, a LOT. Be prepared for a chatty kitty! I have a couple quirky traits too….For one, I like to stand on my hind legs! This usually happens when I want food. No, my foster parents did not teach me this. They are not sure how I learned.
Second, I love to be pet while I eat. It took my foster mom a little time to realize what I was meowing about, since she had just put food in my bowl. Soon she found out it’s because I want pets while I eats! I will still eat if you don’t pet me, but I will meow more and stare at you for a while…I also drink a lot of water. I never drink the water in the kitchen where my food is. I only drink the water that was put in a completely different room. If you have a larger house, perhaps put multiple bowls of water around for me and be sure to give me fresh water at least once day. Overall, I am a pretty laid back, lazy cat who just wants to be in the presence of my owners. I hear I make them laugh and smile every single day, so I hope I can do the same for you! Please contact Chris at foster@wright-wayrescue.org if you would like to set up a time to met me !!!

Our Adoption Hotline, 847-728-5434 option 2, is open Monday-Friday, 10am-5pm and we are happy to assist you with any questions!

To apply to adopt a pet from Wright-Way Rescue, please fill out an online application at www.wright-wayrescue.org. Once approved, you may place a reservation to meet the pet you see above. Please place a reservation only if you are seriously considering adding this pet to your home.

Wright-Way Rescue has two locations, the North Shore Humane Center and the Admission and Medical Services Campus. Please pay close attention to the location of the pet, which is listed above. All pets travel to the North Shore Humane Center in Morton Grove once they are ready for adoption. Please call the Adoption Hotline to find out more about a pet's location and availability date. Animals can also be adopted from our Admission and Medical Services Campus in Murphysboro, IL. Reservations for the Murphysboro location can be made by calling 618-208-1509.

If you would like to look more casually at our adoptable animals, please stop by Wright-Way Rescue's North Shore Humane Center located at 5915 Lincoln Avenue in Morton Grove, IL. Our hours of operation are Thursday 2pm-8pm, Friday 12pm-8pm, and Saturday/Sunday 11am-4pm. We are closed Monday-Wednesday.

All Wright-Way Rescue animals come up-to-date on medical care. The adoption fee includes: current vaccinations including Canine Influenza, initial deworming medication, microchip and registration, a veterinary check with health certificate, and a 30 day free trial of pet health insurance.

Thank you for considering adoption from Wright-Way Rescue! We are a 501(c)(3) non profit, no-kill organization. Wright-Way Rescue places more dogs in adoptive homes than any other rescue in the State of Illinois on just 10% of the budget. We look forwarding to assisting your call on our Adoption Hotline, 847-728-5434,option 2.

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