They say that orange cats are some of the best cats out there. (At least that’s true for our County 17 co-worker Bob. He’s a big ole’ orange tabby cat.)
Bowzer at the City/County Animal Shelter is no exception. He is a young, neutered male Domestic Mediumhair found wandering the streets of Gillette before being picked up and surrendered to the shelter. After the ‘stray hold’ period, and with no owners coming forward to reclaim him, he now awaits his forever family to come meet and adopt him.
A handsome orange kitty, Bowzer was very timid when he first arrived at the shelter, as most animals are. However, he has really settled in and has been showcasing his true personality!
He enjoys being in the presence of people and absolutely loves being pet. Bowzer would love all the attention in a home.
Bowzer is currently on a specialized diet to help with digestive issues, so an owner that is willing to put in a little extra care for his food would be essential.
To learn more about Bowzer or the many other adoptable pets at the City of Gillette Animal Shelter, please visit their Petfinder page.