It's really amazing how many pets show qualities and habits that humans are known to have. Animal lovers know this, but it's pretty common for animals to show lots of emotion and even have conditions that pet owners or humans are known to have. Every week, we team up with the Humane Society of West Alabama to bring you a pet that's looking for a home. It takes a unique owner to love this week's pet. This week's HSWA Pet of the Week is Tux.

Press Release 
Tux is a senior cat who has been at our shelter for over four years because his adopter needs to be extra special. This handsome tuxedo suffers from anxiety, so we treat him with "kitty prozac" every day (he takes it like a champ!). Tux would thrive in a home as an only cat or with one of his friends from our shelter. Despite having no teeth, Tux is a big cat who loves to curl up in the laps of people he trusts for pets and for kisses on his head. His favorite thing to do is to watch the birds and squirrels from our screened-in porch called "the catio."
Tux is current on his vaccinations, neutered, and negative for FIV and Feline Leukemia. If you think you might have the ideal home for this misunderstood kitty, please set up an appointment to meet him by emailing or by calling 205-554-0011 (leave a message). All adopters are required to be pre-approved by filling out the adoption application on our website.

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