I’m Eddy, a sweet 1-year-old boy. I am here at Cape Ann Animal Aid (CapeAnnAnimalAid.com), located at the Christopher Cutler Rich Animal Shelter in Gloucester. I am here with my brother Chucky. We are mellow cats that love to explore. I have a handsome silky black coat that I keep extremely clean. I am a little shy and overwhelmed by being in a shelter, but everyone is so nice here. The shelter is amazing and so are the nice staff and volunteers; everyone is so kind and caring. They play soft music and everyone does everything to make me feel comfortable — I couldn’t ask for anything more — except a family to adopt and love me the way all of my friends here at the shelter do! When you come to visit, please remember to ask for Eddy!
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