In shelter Cat

Cypress, Franklin County, Texas, Unit...
Domestic Short Hair, Tuxedo, Mixed
Brown Tabby
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Hi there, I'm Sheilagh! I was rescued as a kitten when I was just a tiny 4 week old kitten. A kind woman found me abandoned on a street corner. Becuase I was rescued at such a young age, I am a very people kitty! I love to talk to get your attention. I was once adopted to a good friend of my foster mom for about 7 months. Until my new human mama found out she had pancreatic cancer and I had to back toi my foster home. My mama always bragged about my good looks, intelligence and curiosity. She said that I was smart and a terrific companion! I'm very playful and social with humans. For a couple years I was best friends with a doggy! I live with other cats, but I would do best as an only cat. I'm not sure if I would do good with small children, but I think I would be good with teenagers. If you are interested in adopting me and giving me a furever home, please fill out an online application and we can meet!


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