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In shelter Cat

Denver, CO, 80204
Pet name:
Domestic Short Hair
Black & White / Tuxedo
Coat length:
Hello friends! My name is Tuxi and I am a very pretty 14-year old girl who wears a tuxedo, thus my name! I came to MaxFund in July 2020 when my owner moved to a long term care facility. Ive had a lot to get used to since losing my home, but I am grateful that I have a warm bed here at MaxFund.

I live in a nice, fairly quiet room for senior cats like me, but I admit that I find shelter life to be stressful and have had a bit of a hard time. Im not a fan of other cats, you see, and as youd expect, there are an awful lot of cats in my midst. This means that I generally prefer to stay in my cage since I find it nerve-wracking to be out but I really miss being able to roam free. After all, its much more fun to play with the laser toys, which I love to do, outside a cage! Because Im unsure and apprehensive in my new environment, I sometimes accept pets but I may get a little overwhelmed and will let you know when to stop. I do really love treats, though, so that is a good starter with me! I take some medication for my hyperthyroid condition which the MaxFund staff can tell you more about. Because of this, I am eligible for both adoption and foster.

Every day I think about how much I would love to spend these golden years of mine in a quiet, calm home with someone who is patient and loving and who will give me time and space to gain confidence and become the happy kitty I truly think I can be. I will be so grateful to anyone who gives me this chance! I hope you‘ll come meet me!

Tuxi is currently in a foster home.


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