Sealfly Needs Someone to Watch Over Him

Sealfly Needs Someone to Watch Over Him

Sealfly Times Publishing Group Inc tpgonlinedaily.comSealfly ( ID#A243359) is a special boy who came to us back in December with severe eye issues. The Good Samaritan who brought him in said they had seen someone throw the little guy out of a car! They coaxed him with some tuna and ended up bringing him to the shelter to get help with veterinary care for his eyes.

Since Sealfly has been with us, he has undergone two corrective eye surgeries and is now doing much better. We believe he can see but probably has limited vision and will need a family who can provide a safe indoor environment for him. Despite his vision challenges, Sealfly is an active young cat that loves to play with people and other cats.

While his eyes were healing, Sealfly was placed in a foster home and he’s now back and ready for his own loving family. The foster dad describes Sealfly as a playful, impulsive, affectionate and good-natured cat. When Sealfly has had enough playtime, he is happy to snuggle with you and will jump into your lap. He believes that Sealfy’s ideal home would be one that enjoys an active cat, does not have small children, and would have another active young cat for a playmate.

Sealfly is a neutered male, black Domestic Shorthair, approx. 8 months old.

To adopt your new friend, visit one of the Santa Cruz County Animal Shelter locations, or their website at


Zip Times Publishing Group Inc tpgonlinedaily.comSanta Cruz County Animal Shelter has two full-service, open-admission shelters:

  • Santa Cruz Location (Public Entrance): 1001 Rodriguez St., Santa Cruz, 95062
    • Hours: Daily 10 a.m. – 6 p.m. Wednesdays: 10 a.m. – 7 p.m.
  • Watsonville Location
: 580 Airport Blvd, Watsonville, CA 95076
    • Hours: Monday – Saturday 
9 a.m. – 5 p.m. (closed 12-1) Closed on Sunday

SCCAS Main line: 831-454-7200. Animal Control: 831-454-7227. After-Hours Emergency: 831-471-1182

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