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Sweet Mia   

In shelter Cat

Houston, TX, 77080
Pet name:
Sweet Mia
Domestic Short Hair
Tabby (Brown / Chocolate)
Coat length:
We would like a foster home while waiting for adoption.
Compassion adoption: Wanna be a hero and adopt Lucy too? My pal Lucky Lucy and I are very healthy, active and do best together. Im very playful but painfully shy, and Lucy is very shy too, but more outgoing.  We are both a quiet, gentle presence (without the kitten drama, you know what I mean?!). Make us a cozy cubby and well be in heaven! We like perches, lying in the sun, playing with moving toys, and, oh yes, Lickable Treats! Oh, and dont forget the laser! I purr when you pet me! 
My foster mom took us in a year ago when we were pregnant, but now she has moved out of the country! 
We need a family that will be patient with us as we are both shyer than the average girls. Unfortunately, were not cuddly lap cats, but we might be perfect for those of you who are away from home a lot but still want to pet and play with two pretty gals for a few moments when you come home. 
Would you enjoy gaining our trust and seeing us blossom? It wont take much! If youre an experienced cat person, we would appreciate your consideration. Thanks so much!
Heres Lucky Lucy:


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