Ashton is a 9-month-old, male, brown and black tabby, domestic long hair. This playful fella is a pure delight! He is calm and collected, but once something mysterious catches his eye he turns into a hunter! He loves to play and pounce on feathery kitty toys. He’s a well rounded kitty who would make a great pet for almost anyone! Ashton is available for immediate adoption at the CCSPCA, 103 S. Hughes Ave., Fresno, open 10 a.m.-5 p.m. daily (6 p.m. Wednesdays). For questions, please call 559-233-7722, ext. 119 or email Adoptions@CCSPCA.COM.
Ashton is a 9-month-old, male, brown and black tabby, domestic long hair. This playful fella is a pure delight! He is calm and collected, but once something mysterious catches his eye he turns into a hunter! He loves to play and pounce on feathery kitty toys. He’s a well rounded kitty who would make a great pet for almost anyone! Ashton is available for immediate adoption at the CCSPCA, 103 S. Hughes Ave., Fresno, open 10 a.m.-5 p.m. daily (6 p.m. Wednesdays). For questions, please call 559-233-7722, ext. 119 or email Adoptions@CCSPCA.COM. Photos Special to The Bee
Ashton is a 9-month-old, male, brown and black tabby, domestic long hair. This playful fella is a pure delight! He is calm and collected, but once something mysterious catches his eye he turns into a hunter! He loves to play and pounce on feathery kitty toys. He’s a well rounded kitty who would make a great pet for almost anyone! Ashton is available for immediate adoption at the CCSPCA, 103 S. Hughes Ave., Fresno, open 10 a.m.-5 p.m. daily (6 p.m. Wednesdays). For questions, please call 559-233-7722, ext. 119 or email Adoptions@CCSPCA.COM. Photos Special to The Bee

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