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Tabby / Domestic Short Hair / Mixed (short coat)  : :  Male  : :  Adult  : :  Medium

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About Aladdin

  • Status: Available for Adoption (adoption info)
  • Species: Cat
  • General Color: Orange
  • Color: Orange tabby / Tabby
  • Current Age: 9 Years (best estimate)
  • Declawed: No
  • Housetrained: Yes

Meet Aladdin, an adult cat with a heart as big as his personality. His sweet and friendly nature will win you over in no time. He's a bit of a goofball, always ready to lighten up your day with his gentle antics. Despite his playful nature, Aladdin can be a bit shy at times. But once he warms up to you, he's the most cuddly companion you could ask for. Aladdin requires prescription urinary food, but this minor detail doesn't diminish his zest for life. He's a testament to the joy and love that a pet can bring into a home. Why should you adopt Aladdin? Because every home deserves a touch of magic, and Aladdin is ready to sprinkle that into yours.

Estimated DOB: 07/08/2015

Adoption fee: $53

We would love to hear from you! To inquire about this cat, please contact us via this site, visit to download our adoption application, or call 502-863-3279. **Important: Our cats are in foster homes. Please contact us if you would like to meet one of these special kitties. 

SCHS Foster Veterinary care and services: 

Prior to being placed up for adoption, all cats (5 months and older), at minimum, receive a veterinary exam and are neutered/spayed, tested negative for FeLuk/FIV, microchipped, current on booster(s) and Rabies vaccination, de-wormed, and flea treated, and checked and treated for ear mites if needed. 

Prior to being placed for adoption, all kittens (under 5 months of age) receive at minimum a veterinary exam and are neutered/spayed, tested negative FeLuk, micro-chipped, current on booster shots, de-wormed, and flea treated, and checked and treated for ear mites if needed. 


SCHS IS A 501(c)-3 nonprofit organization which is volunteer-run.