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In shelter Cat

Buhl, ID, 83316
Pet name:
Domestic Short Hair
Im Circus. Not sure why, but it sounds like a good name for a handsome little dude. I was rescued as a very young baby from a very bad neighborhood and brought to Magicats. In my first foster home, I was sort of high energy, and there were a lot of older kitties and some very busy humans. I just wanted to be held all t he time, so finally I got to come to a different foster home with kittens my own age and someone with amore lap time. But I still need a Human Person with lots of time to devote to JUST ME! I want to follow you around and be in your business all the time. Im also kinda shy, and will need patient cat savvy person who understands that some kittens are just --- well--- needy! NOT A GOOD KITTEN FOR VERY SMALL CHILDREN! And I dont know any dogs either, but if they are not interested in cats and very polite, and you can SUPERVISE, Id probably figure it out. I just want my own Very Special Person! I could be a great one person cat in a lonely home. I need to be INSIDE ONLY. Im neutered, done with my shots, and healthy - and I hope it will pretty soon be My Turn! If you like my story, apply for me on line - or maybe stop by PetSmart in case Im still there!


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