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In shelter Cat

Danville, Contra Costa County, Califo...
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“Cossette-This beautiful Cajun queen was rescued off the streets of the French quarter in New Orleans. Like a queen, all she requires to be happy is a good pampering. This sweetie loves nothing better than a warm lap and a good scratch. Though she may be timid at first, she loves gentle humans of all ages and will soon bond to her new family. While she tolerates dogs, Cossette would prefer to be the only queen in her castle. Cossette’s favorite activities include being brushed, sleeping on a comfy bed, and watching movies in the lap of a nice human. She currently lives in a house with two human servants and one dog. “
COZZETTE is so named after the sweet orphan in Les Miserables (different spelling, we have style).  Like the character in the story, she was a waif on the New Orleans streets (although she's had multiple litters of kittens unlike the character).  Our Cozzette is looking for her savior, too.  The sweet loving one year old is looking for a lap to call her own.  Cozzette would like to be the only kitty in the house and doesn't want to share space with dogs, either.  She'd prefer to be the only kitty to soak up all the love she missed.  Come meet her at the Napa Petco!  


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