Coco (and Carl)   

In shelter Cat

Davis, Yolo County, California, Unite...
Domestic Short Hair
Lost or found date:
Pet name:
Coco (and Carl)
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World's best string toy catcher! Estimated Birthday 04-01-2021 Okay to live in a home with... KidsCats Should NOT live in a home with.... will take time to get used to dogs Physical Description Coco is a tortoise shell cat with an adorable surprise in store: one white whisker amongst all black whiskers! Her orange spots are placed delightfully throughout her coat, making her as unique as she is beautiful =^.^= Personality Coco is a ball of energy and never wants to be away from the action! She loves to play with toys, her foster parents, and her best friend and brother, Carl. She uses her little 'meep' meow to communicate when she wants snuggles and pets from her humans. She's very sweet and incredibly smart: the first of her siblings to learn her name! This kitty has what sort of characteristics? AffectionateCuriousHigh energyEnjoys being groomedLikes pettingLikes to cuddleTalkativePlayfulShy at firstBonded Pair The best home to adopt me would be Any home The best home atmosphere would be Moderate activity Other animals? Lived successfully with other catsMust be adopted with another kitten or to a home with a resident cat


  1. American Humane Association
  2. Peeva
  3. American Veterinary Medical Association
  4. Veterinary Information Network
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