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Cowboy (bonded with Cowgirl)   

In shelter Cat

San Jose, Santa Clara County, Califor...
Pet name:
Cowboy (bonded with Cowgirl)
Domestic Short Hair, Mixed
Black, White
Coat length:
We first fell for them for their sense of humor, but we didn't realize how much FUN we'd end up having with these little stinkers. Cowboy and his sister, Cowgirl, are just itchin' to be somebody's full time clowns. If you're looking for a couple agility stars, they'll knock your socks off. If you want a couple of kittens who will entertain you and your guests with adorable havoc, they'll be pleased to provide. These kittens are a couple of big flirts and would love a home that will appreciate their fun antics.
 Quick witted, connected, BUSY and comical - the 
Good Times Cow Twins are
ready for a family
who's as much fun as they are.  The Cow Twins are exceptionally social.  They will follow you around and when they are not agility training or flirting and will cuddle up in your lap and sleep for as long as you let them.  Cowboy has a mild case of “CH” (Cerebellar Hypoplasia) which is a developmental condition in which the cerebellum of the brain fails to develop properly.  It can affect fine motor skills, balance and coordination.  The condition is not painful or contagious and will not further progress.  Cowboy is an agility star after all, and the only noticeable CH characteristic is his cute little head tilt and slightly sideways run!  Cowboy is also completely deaf and Cowgirl has a degree of deafness as well.  If you want a pair of amusing, snuggly little vacuum riding kittens, look no further. 

Prior to adoption, all kittens are spayed/neutered, tested negative for FIV/FELV, vaccinated and microchipped. Note that most of our kittens under age 5 months need to be adopted with a buddy.

This kitten is currently in a foster home. To meet the kitten, please fill out an adoption application so that we'll have your contact information, and we'll get back to you as soon as possible.


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