Go To Main Menu


Domestic Short Hair

Small, Male

2 Years 3 Months 1 Week (approx)

  • My health has been checked.
  • My vaccinations are up to date.
  • My worming is up-to-date.
  • I have been neutered.
Animal ID #

Please take note of the Animal ID before contacting us.

Hello! I'm Prince but my fosters call me Tut, the King and sometimes Spicy Boy. I'll just let them tell you the rest because I have things to do... Prince is a very confident and dashing young feline. He is truly impressive in his way of life and I would even go so far as to say he is way more dog than cat. We have a household of two dogs (large) and five cats. He is the first foster that came in, looked around, said hi to everyone and then went about his business like he had lived in our house forever. To most, it is a bit intimidating but not to our Spicy Boy Prince, nope, not intimidating at all. Prince didn't do well in the shelter because he had a habit of play biting. He never broke skin on anyone but he seemed to very much enjoy playing with his teeth. We decided to try him out since we had a lot of distractions in our house which would keep him busy and it definitely worked. He has become an ideal house cat. He likes to follow you around but is also very independent. He no longer goes out of his way to play with his mouth on your skin and is very clear about his signals so when he gets overstimulated we stop all petting or playing and so far we haven't had any incidents. Prince very much likes company of all kinds, especially dogs and will normally choose a spot on the bed right next to my big pitty boy. He uses the litterbox like it's his job and loves breakfast and dinner time. He is a big fan of the windows and will watch the birds fly from tree to tree for hours. Prince is looking for a home with other animals- preferably both cats and dogs but definitely cat friendly dogs. If you are interested in meeting our Spicy Boy please contact me at kthomas@mdspca.org. Finding The Right Pet

More Pets like Prince

We unfortunately can not put animals on HOLD over the phone

Dear Customer, please understand to prevent disappointment, this website is live and updates frequently, there is chance that when you would arrive at our location the animal you have an interest in might have been adopted or another party might be going through the adoption process at that present time

Can’t Adopt?
Make A Donation.

It costs approximately $400 for total care of one pet in our shelter. Your contribution helps the animals of the Maryland SPCA during their journey to new loving homes.

Create Your Own Gift