Meet Biscuit!


~ Submitted by the Page County Animal Shelter

Page Valley News brings you adoptable pets from the Page County Animal Shelter featured here to showcase their personality!

Meet Biscuit!

Biscuit is about 4 years old, neutered, and up to date on his vaccines. Biscuit was brought to us as a stray who was causing trouble by being overly affectionate! An elderly couple said they were worried about tripping over him, as he loves to rub up against your legs. 

We label Biscuit as special needs because he may have a condition called Megacolon. When he arrived, he could not go to the bathroom on his own. After a few trips to the vet and currently taking a twice daily dose of Miralax, he is now finally starting to feel regular! His condition doesn’t seem to be causing him too much discomfort right now, and he is as loving as can be!

Biscuit is a very calm boy and he has definitely matured to an adult cat. Even though he’s calm, he still has a lot of love to give! He is always happy to see us, and loves to be petted! He’s a very cheerful cat and is happy to just sit and watch. 

If you’d like to meet Biscuit sometime, please call us at (540)-778-2101!

~ For more information or an update on animals available for adoption, contact the Page County Animal Shelter at (540) 778-2101.



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