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In shelter Cat

Houston, TX, 77008
Pet name:
Domestic Short Hair
Black & White / Tuxedo
Coat length:
I hope you are in need of a 24/7 BFF!

“Hello, my name is Eden. I was rescued from a place where there were a lot of cats and not enough care. I’m so grateful to be here at Friends for Life where I have some personal space, and the kindness of caring people. I have learned to trust the affections of others, and get used to the new environments, -all from the comfort of my very own soft bed!\xa0

I am incredibly affectionate and want to be around my loved ones at all times.\xa0 I am laid back, easy going and low-maintenance.\xa0 I enjoy my naps un-interrupted (unless, of course, I am being woken by chin scratches). I may be lazy, but you will always catch me sprinting for you when you come home for work or enter my space. Everything I do, I make sure you are watching. I like to play and will bat around a ball for your entertainment.\xa0 I will even make friends with any cat. I am not shy about it either!\xa0 Another thing that I love, that I thought I would hate, is being brushed! I like to keep my coat healthy, soft and warm.\xa0 Its what attracts all the pets!”


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