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Cheyenne (Bonded to ShaShonie)   

In shelter Cat

Ypsilanti, MI, 48197
Pet name:
Cheyenne (Bonded to ShaShonie)
Coat length:
Cheyenne is very lovey and sweet, very ready to be in a home of her own.  She has a sister, ShaShonie shed love to be adopted with.   

She and her five siblings were lucky to get rescued last week as the temps got to be in the 90s they were in a field with a mother who was not near and water so they were wilting fast.  Their mother is an older, Chocolate, long haired maine coon mix feral, she is a gorgeous, rare chocolate kitty whos been having litter after litter for at least six years now.   Shes been elusive and impossible to trap but luckily the ladies where able to trap and spay her.  Too feral to tame she was returned to her field and now has guardians who will keep her fed and have housing supplied to her.

  They have been sweet and were so scared but are coming along beautifully.   Wed love to adopt them in pairs so they have a lifelong relative to grow up and grow old with as kittens do best when in pairs and pairs are best when they are related by litter mates.    We are looking for non smoking homes.

If you think one of these gorgeous babies or pairs, call or text me at 517 294 4514 with your phone number or email me your number to if youd like a response back.


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  3. American Veterinary Medical Association
  4. Veterinary Information Network
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