Heart and Senor   

In shelter Cat

Maywood, Illinois, 60153
Domestic Short Hair
Gray, Blue or Silver Tabby
Lost or found date:
Pet name:
Heart and Senor
Heart and Senor are brothers with the sweetest personalities.  They are about 3 months old.  When they were rescued, they came with eye infections which led to them having one eye removed.  That hasn't changed their loving personalities!  They are adorable and in need of the right home. They can be adopted together or with one of their other playmates (see listings below). Heart is a gray tabby and extremely friendly and cuddly.  He really will melt your heart!  He will come right up to you, ready for petting and happy to enjoy time in your lap.  He'll give you a little meow to let you know he'd like some attention. Senor is a little, brown tabby.  He is still shy but once he's in your lap, he's happy to be there!  Once he has the right person, he will definitely come out of his shell even more.  He will play with his brother and they make a good pair.    Kittens can be adopted by filling out an application at: www.catvando.org/adoption.  Please send an inquiry with any questions! Take a look at all of our kitten listings:   1) Buster 2)  Onyx and Jasper 3) Uno, Bingo and Yahtzee 4)  Eli,  Heart, Senor, Opal,  Noa and Minnie (Noa/Minnie/Eli/Heart/Senor/Opal are all siblings and can mix/match)


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