In shelter Cat

San Diego, California, 92037
Domestic Short Hair, Mixed
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Midnight was originally rescued in Tijuana with 6 other cats! This group of kitties were found roaming the streets, as many do in that region because of the difficulty in finding affordable veterinary care and lack of knowledge about the importance of keeping cats indoors. The concerned rescuers brought them inside and fostered them while we worked with our partners to get the kitties fully vetted! Now that they're fixed and ready to find a forever home, they are joining us at the cat lounge! Midnight was a bit shy when she first came to us, but has since come out of her shell completely! She now follows people around asking for love and attention, and will yell at you to pet her. She is sweet with people and other cats, and will thrive in a home that can give her all of the love and attention she asks for. Midnight is known to get overstimulated easily. Sometimes, too much attention can make her a little overwhelmed and she will gently bite to let you know that she is done with being pet for now. It is not aggressive and she doesn't mean any harm--she just wants to enforce her boundaries. Because of this, however, we don't recommend her for a home with small children who might not understand her limits!


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