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ANIMALCARE SHELTER FOR KENT COUNTY:  Beasley

Beasley 

 

 

As the seasons change to Autumn, we start to layer our clothes, but Beasley is already dressed for the season: white fur coats the underside of this brown tabby’s chin and throat, as if he’s wearing a turtleneck. Very sensible, we think, for the cold months ahead.
5-year-old Beasley is a sweet, reserved man who enjoys a good snack as much as feline friendship. He loves the company of other cats, and has become very paternal to the kittens we keep in the front lobby. Beasley is simply adorable: he loves to roll onto his back, putting his belly on display, paired with that upside-down stare, it’s a position that seems designed just to make you go, “Aww!”
We can’t believe that this affectionate, gentle, and cuddly cat just passed his one-year anniversary at the Shelter. If you’re looking for a companion to settle into the cozy months ahead, head to kenthumane.org to submit your application for Beasley. Due to COVID-19 precautions, the Animal Care Shelter for Kent County is open by appointment only. Once your application is approved, we will set up an appointment with you!