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In shelter Cat

Houston, Harris County, Texas, United...
Pet name:
Domestic Short Hair
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See full information and more pics of Cowboy at Very important info as of 7-26-20.  Cowboy and his sister, Sherry, are the most phenomenal cats, not only just because they are, but I have five kittens here who they have become wonderful foster parents for, have become their buddies, and they even let Peter (kitten) nurse on them, even though Sherry has never had kittens and Cowboy has certainly never had kittens!  Cowboy and Sherry are just the sweetest and most loving and tolerable and friendly cats!  Ask Mary Kay and she can send you a video of Peter nursing on one of them.  It's so cute!!!  Cowboy and Sherry are both phenomenal year-old kitties!Cowboy was acquired by Mary Kay, president of Cats for Life, through one of those "free kittens" ads.   Cowboy and his sibling are very healthy and two of the most phenomenal kittens their foster mom (president of Cats for Life) has ever seen.  Cowboy and his sister Sherry are also just beautiful, beautiful young cats.  Cowboy, along with his sibling, is extremely loving, playful, just a wonderful, wonderful little kitty.  He is SO much fun and entertaining.  I mean, she has never seen anything like these babies. Lots of times foster mom has had to socialize kittens, but these guys were all socialized very well by the person who advertized them.   The adoption fee for Cowboy alone is $90.  If you adopt both Sherry and Cowboy together, the adoption fee will be $125.  Cowboy is neutered, 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.  These babies are phenomenal!!!

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