In shelter Cat

Cypress, Franklin County, Texas, Unit...
Tabby, Domestic Short Hair, Mixed
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Found in front of house skinny and starvingI was found in front of a very kind person's house who took one look at me and knew I was in trouble.   When the uncle and the niece took me to the vet my temperature was 90 degrees.   The vet did life saving measures, and I began to respond to the treatment.   From there I was taken to my foster mom's house and have been there ...getting better every day!   I'm spunky and playful and looking great!!   As you can see - I'm trying to catch moving fish from a bowl...believe or not - I finaaly did!!!Now I'm ready for my own forever family and home!   If it hadn't been for that wonderful man, I wouldn't be here today.   Restored my trust in hoomans....thanks, guys. If you are interested and would like to meet me, contact my foster mama at - she can arrange a meet and greet!  


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