In shelter Cat

Houston, Harris County, Texas, United...
Domestic Short Hair
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For full information and other pictures of Sherry, go to **** Very important info as of 7-26-20!  Sherry and her brother, Cowboy, have become the most wonderful mother and father and best friend figure to the five kittens I have up for adoption.  They will even let Peter (adopted kitten) nurse on them!  That is phenomenal for a cat that really isn't nursing and has never had kittens before.  Sherry was spayed when she was three months old.  I'm telling you that either Sherry or Cowboy are the absolute perfect kitties!  They are incredibly tolerant of little kittens and other animals!  Nobody knows what they are missing!Sherry was acquired by Mary Kay, president of Cats for Life, through one of those "free kittens" ads.  Sherry is extremely loving, playful, just a wonderful, wonderful little kitty who likes to follow you.  Lots of times foster mom has had to socialize  kittens, but these guys were all socialized very well by the person who advertized them.Look at other pics and video to see Cowboy and Sherry.  Sherry is very loving, playful, wants to be near you, sleep with you, be in your lap.The adoption fee for Sherry alone  is $90.  If you adopt both Sherry and Cowboy together, the adoption fee will be $125.  Two kittens are really no more trouble and twice the fun and they entertain each other.  Sherry is combo tested negative for feline leukemia and FIV, treated for parasites, all shots and microchipped.  You can e-mail Mary Kay at or call her at 713-453-8621.  Sherry and Cowboy are both fantastic kittens!


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