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Cher Houston McGivern   

In shelter Cat

Morrison, Colorado, 80465
Pet name:
Cher Houston McGivern
Domestic Short Hair
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Cher is year old female cat, born on 3/4/2020. She came to us a bit shy, and is slowly learning to open up and has made much progress in her foster home. She is incredibly shy in the beginning, and takes a really long time to get comfortable enough to warm up. But once she does she is the sweetest girl.

She is a very sweet and extremely energetic cat.  She loves toys on the fishing rods, as well as laser toys where she can chase that red dot.  She also loves toys with catnip in them, as well as toys that can keep her busy at night while I sleep - like the track toy with the ball in it.  She LOVES her perch that has a scratching post on it. She does require play time everyday to help get some of that energy out before bedtime.

Cher has not been around other animals, but should be good with another cat or kitten, and perhaps a gentle dog, when properly introduced. She was not around young children but given her nature, a quiet household with adults or older children would be a good fit.

Cher will do best matched with an experienced cat owner who will understand the patience needed to support her adjustment to her final forever home, and continue to help her build her confidence.


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