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Mickey and Minnie   

In shelter Cat

Overland Park, KS, 66282
Pet name:
Mickey and Minnie
Tabby (Brown / Chocolate)
Mickey is the handsome boy on the top of the tree and his sweet sis Minnie is on the bottom.  

Mickey and Minnie are a loving pair who love to play together.  He loves carrying toys in his mouth and hiding behind doors to ”attack” his sister. Mickey enjoys being cuddled, nuzzled and sweet-talked and will purr very prettily when he gets that sweetness. Minnie loves to cuddle and snuggle too.  Minnie has the biggest eyes that are so curious and she too loves to hide behind doors to play with her brother. 

Both were a bit scared at first but they are learning to trust their foster parents. They were rescued from an apartment complex where their mom was a community cat with a resident who fed her. They are used to having their claws trimmed and have been using a cardboard scratch box, so please continue those things for them. Together they would thrive in a home with loving family????  

Please contact my foster mom Lori at 913-940-3932 or if you’d like to set a time for a meet and greet at PetSmart at 115th and Metcalf.
Heart of America Humane Society 800.384.3143


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