Adoptable Pet of the Week: Cisco
on November 12, 2013
Our adoptable pet of the week is a handsome cat named Cisco. Dressed to
the nines in his slick, black tuxedo, Cisco is an adventurous young guy,
approximately 2 years old. This curious and friendly cat loves to be
involved in the action and is the perfect side-kick for almost any
activity. He will do best in a home where he will get lots
of regular daily playtime. Because Cisco can sometimes play a bit rough,
we recommend he go to a home without young children. Cisco may be able
to live with a mellow cat-friendly dog, but he prefers to be the only
feline in the house.
Cisco has been neutered, microchipped, is current on his vaccinations
and has tested negative for FIV and FeLV. His adoption fee is $35. To
adopt, all household members must meet Cisco, whether they are roommates
For more information about Cisco, visit his Petfinder profile at
Services at 1101 29th Ave. in Oakland, conveniently located just 3
blocks from the Fruitvale BART station.
Part of the Oakland Police Department, Oakland Animal Services is both
an Animal Control unit–which is in charge of the city’s public
safety and animal welfare–and a shelter, which helps abused, neglected
and abandoned animals within its facility. For more information and to
view our other adoptable pets, visit
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