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In shelter Cat

Troy, MI, 48085
Pet name:
Cream Point
Coat length:
Rascal and his close buddy Mitzi are a bonded pair and will be adopted together into the same home.  Rascal is a 5 year-old DSH Orange and white neutered male with all of his shots. He is very outgoing and interactive. He likes to talk to you!  He is good with other cats and dogs.

Mitzi is a 7 year old DSH Brown/cream Siamese mix.  She is spayed with all of her shots.  She is super sweet and gentle.  She is slightly shy when in a new place with new people.

Rascal and Mitzi have had only one owner until she passed away suddenly early in 2021.  Her parents took the kitties in and gave them a loving home.  Sadly, her mother passed away early Summer of 2022, leaving the kitties with only her father. The father chose to give them up, do to making a move out of state to live near his son. They found themselves homeless again.

They are a wonderful pair of kitties! Love to give and get love. These beautiful souls deserve a home to be loved and cared for.

Adoption Fee:  $125
Local Adoptions Only!!

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