Meet Fred
Animal ID 2000142757 
Species Cat 
Breed Domestic Shorthair/Mix 
Age 1 year 1 month 13 days 
Gender Male 
Size Medium 
Color White/Black 
Declawed No 
Housetrained Yes 
Intake Date 6/7/2024 
ARN CV-24-76 
Stage Available

Say yabba-dabba-doo to Fred!

This feline Flintstone came to EHS after being abandoned at a local park. Fred has settled nicely into shelter life. Like his namesake, Fred is sweet, gentle, and generous with his affections but can be easily overstimulated. He prefers that you let him approach you first, but once he does, he'll be talking up a storm with you during play time, breakfast, zoomies, and more!

Fred has a lot of bouncy energy to share with the world and would be a perfect karaoke companion even if he can't get all the lyrics to Rockin' Bird quite right. Volunteers and visitors alike have been charmed by his desire to explore and his meows for attention when he spots group tours. When his curiosity is (momentarily) satisfied, Fred will happily lean into (and even doze off during) pets and scratches--sometimes even rolling over onto his back for belly rubs!

The ideal home for Fred is where he will be the only pet. Because he can be overstimulated, Fred would thrive with a family who can understand his body language and give him the space to decompress when he needs it.

Are you ready to have Fred rock your world? Send in your application for him today!
The adoption fee for a single cat at EHS is $175. Take home an adult feline friend for your kitty and the adoption fee for the pair is $300! For kittens under six months of age, the adoption fee is $200...Or double your cuteness quotient and adopt two wee furballs for $350! If you mix and match (kitten plus cat), the adoption fee is $300. Each of our cats is spayed/neutered, microchipped, up to date on vaccines, snap tested for FIV/FeLV, dewormed, and flea treated prior to adoption. Kittens are not spayed or neutered until 5 months of age, but the cost of spay/neuter will be covered as part of the adoption.
Interested in adopting Fred? It's easy! Just click "Adopt a Cat" on the EHS website ( and fill out our "Cat Adoption Form." An EHS representative will be pleased to help.