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Tag, an adoptable Domestic Short Hair in Hillsdale, IN_image-1

Tag Domestic Short Hair Hillsdale, IN

  • Adult
  • Male
  • Medium
  • Tabby (Orange / Red)


Affectionate, Dignified, Friendly, Loyal, Playful, Smart
Coat length
Vaccinations up to date, spayed / neutered, special needs.
Good in a home with
Other cats, dogs, children.
Adoption fee

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Meet Tag

Tag, I'm it! Yes, my name is Tag. I think it's a pretty cool name. I am a friendly and playful senior guy. I am 11 years old and looking for somewhere to spend the second half of my life! I am FIV+ (** see explanation below) but that does not slow me down. I just need to go to a home without other cats or with FIV+ cats. I am truly one of the friendliest, most sociable cats you will ever meet. Take me home!

The Adoption Fee Includes Spay/Neuter Surgery*, Vaccinations, Flea Preventative, Deworming Medication, Microchip, Sample Bag of Food & Treats, and Free First Exam With Participating Veterinarians.

Our shelter is open to the public on Monday - Tuesday and Thursday - Saturday from 9:00 am -5:00 pm EST. If you would like to make an appointment to meet one of our many adoptable animals, please send an email to us at or call at (765) 492-3540. To apply to adopt, copy & paste "" or access our online forms at

*Shelter policy and 2018 Indiana state law decrees all animals must be spayed or neutered prior to leaving the shelter.

** What is FIV? It is Feline Immunodeficiency Virus. FIV is a lentivirus, a slow-progressing virus that can compromise a cat’s immune system, reducing its ability to fight off illnesses. The virus has a long latent period then progresses so slowly that it may never affect a cat's immune system. FIV cats can live just as long and as healthy as Non-FIV cats and ultimately die of the same causes as Non-FIV cats. The virus cannot be passed to humans or other animals. FIV cats can live with other non-aggressive cats without spreading the virus. FIV is transmitted primarily through a deep bite where the virus is injected directly into the bloodstream of the Non-FIV cat. Bites of this kind are rare, except in free-roaming, un-neutered tomcats. The virus is weak and cannot live outside the cat’s body for long and is killed by light, air, heat, and household disinfectants. Casual behaviors do not pass the virus. (e.g., shared food or water dishes or toys, mutual grooming, snuggling, mock fighting, shared litter boxes, scratches, not even sneezes.) FIV cats need the same care all cats need—a quality diet (the best you can afford), live in a safe environment (indoor and/or outdoor cat-proofed area), regular Vet exams, treat any health problems as they arise, and LOVE.
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