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Momma Mars   

In shelter Cat

Fort Worth, TX, 76102
Pet name:
Momma Mars
Domestic Short Hair
Meet Mars, she is a true mini panther. She was found by Mesquite animal control. They thought she was feral, but she had a burn down her back that they didnt see. She was just a bit upset that they manhandled her. Not to mention she babies a day later! She is very sweet, not at all feral. Mars has that "mom look" that absolutely stops her babies, and the other foster babies, in their tracks. She was wonderful momma and now her and her babies are ready to find their furever homes!

She is a smaller cat and is very calm and affectionate. She enjoys laying is sunrays and playing with wands with feathers or other toys. She loves to lay beside you and just chill. She is a great companion kitty and would probably love being the center of attention. She is very content to play on her own or with her person. Mars is approximately 3-4 year old and is fully vetted. Mars is litter box trained.

You must submit an application to be considered for adoption. We cannot reply to all inquiries, but respond to all no obligation applications. Fill out an application at It doesnt obligate you, but it is the first step. Fee is $150 which includes vaccinations, combo testing, spay/neuter and microchip.
Saving Hope Animal Rescue Fund


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