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Captain Crunch Has a New Home — and a New Name

Fritz, the abandoned cat formerly known as Captain Crunch, has been adopted.

Captain Crunch, who will be known as Fritz in his new home. Photo courtesy of Park Centre Animal Hospital.
Captain Crunch, who will be known as Fritz in his new home. Photo courtesy of Park Centre Animal Hospital.
Captain Crunch, the young and neglected cat abandoned on the doorstep of Park Centre Animal Hospital last month, has found a permanent home, according to hospital manager Steve Busse.

"Captain Crunch now has a new home thanks to the Patch!" Busse wrote in a comment Monday morning. 

"He now would like to be referred to as Fritz from this point forward."

Busse said that Captain Crunch — excuse me, Fritz — was adopted by a Park Centre client who read about his plight in an article published Jan. 15 on Alameda Patch, "Abandoned on Animal Hospital's Doorstep, Captain Crunch Needs Permanent Home."

Fritz is now living on Park Avenue, not far from the hospital, Busse said.

The cat was treated for malnutrition, dehydration, mange and a flea infestation  by Park Centre's veterinarians, then kept at the hospital while staff tried to find him a "forever home."

Related article:

"Abandoned on Animal Hospital's Doorstep, Captain Crunch Needs Permanent Home."

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