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In shelter Cat

Prosper, TX, 75078
Pet name:
Domestic Short Hair
Sibling of Carina, Crazy Eight, Enzo, Olwyn, Rory Rorschach, Zara, and ZephyrSweet Sequoia came into rescue after being found in a box at a local park during the extreme heat of the summer. Luckily, Sequoia and her 7 siblings, who were only about 4 weeks old at the time, were strong and healthy so quickly rebounded from this early life setback. Its evident that someone must have been caring for the kittens as they were all highly social and trusting with people.

Sequoia is an intrepid little thing, super brave and curious. She does this funny thing where she travels as far as she can without touching the floor - elegantly leaping from nightstand, to bed, to dresser in quick succession. She will travel across floors without issue, just seems to enjoy taking the high road.

Sequoia is very social and affectionate with other animals and people. She prefers cats but does get along with the two small dogs in her foster home. She isnt bashful about trying to get your attention. Shell flop down belly up in your lap, or groom your hair from her perch on the couch - its her way of showing she enjoys your company.

Sequoia has a lot of kitten energy at this stage, so an interactive household with lots of stimulation would be best for her (a home with another spry feline would be ideal). She is litter box trained, microchipped, combo tested (negative for FIV and feline leukemia) and up to date on vaccinations. If sweet Sequoia sounds like the right "plus one" for your home, please inquire or submit an adoption application today!


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