Pet of the Month

Yuki 2 is a beautiful white and ginger cat with a lovely disposition. Given his gorgeous light blue eyes, we think he may be part Siamese.

Yuki 2 was taken to Saigon Pet Clinic as a stray and then was fostered for some time in the clinic, together with another cat named Tom. At first Yuki 2 was very scared and the staff had a hard time handling him.

His favorite place to hide was on top of the air conditioning unit, making it difficult to catch him. With patience, the staff member who fed the two cats daily was able to begin handling Yuki 2. He has come a long way since then, and now he thoroughly enjoys spending time with people and getting a cuddle. At one point Yuki 2 was adopted, but the adoption did not work out (through no fault of Yuki’s) and he had to be returned. He is currently in the ARC cat room with several other cats. Yuki 2 gets along well with the other cats, but would prefer to be with people. He has been neutered, is up-to-date on his vaccinations, and is ready for his forever home.

If you’d like to meet him, please contact arcpets@gmail.com

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