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Jude 7654   

In shelter Cat

Dallas, TX, 75228
Pet name:
Jude 7654
Domestic Medium Hair
Buff / Tan / Fawn
DOB 4/6/22 Jude is a stunning snowshoe Siamese male. He is cross eyed but dont let that get in the way of adopting this handsome and darling boy. The trait that causes the cross eye in his breed also causes the coloration of the Siamese and the crossing of the eyes allows them to be able to see straight. He is a perfectly normal playful, silly, sweet kitten. He doesnt mind being held and will seek his person out for attention. He would love to have a playmate to play and cuddle with. He loves treats. He is a docile yet very curious boy. Jude has 4 biological siblings and 3 more who were raised with him from another litter that as far as he knows are his real siblings too that are also available for adoption (at the time of this listing). Please check them out too: his bio siblings are Gabriel (m), Michael (m), Mary Jane (f) and Mary Ella (f). His other siblings are Nashville (m), Tennessee(f) and Memphis (f).

For inquiries, please email You must be over 25 years old to adopt with proof of ID. Adoption fee is $125 which helps cover all the vetting done to date.


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