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In shelter Cat

Houston, TX, 77008
Pet name:
Domestic Short Hair
Gray & White
Coat length:
I’d love to start my 2nd chance with you!

I’d love to start my 2nd chance with you!

“Hi, My name is Easter! I was brought to Friends for Life after getting brought into Animal Control.  I was scared, confused and angry at the position I was in.  I was lucky that that someone saw the potential behind my terrified eyes. After a few weeks at FFL and making several new friends, I have begun to trust people. I learned that food is always delivered on time, soft blankets are luxurious and chin scratches are straight out of Heaven!

I am an adorable girl who will need loving and patient adopters.  I have walls that I have built through the years of neglect, but give me some time and attention and you will see those crumble right before your eyes. I love to show you how much I love you by deeply staring into your eyes and rubbing against your arms or legs! I have done really well with other cats and they have shown me even more neat ways to communicate with my humans.  I am not sure about dogs or fast moving children– they seem a little scary.  I’d be ideal in a quiet family who is looking for a companion  who will supply unconditional love!”


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  3. American Veterinary Medical Association
  4. Veterinary Information Network
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