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Mowgli Bear   

In shelter Cat

Buhl, ID, 83316
Pet name:
Mowgli Bear
Domestic Short Hair
My foster mom named me Mowgli Bear, which is interesting and different, but I quite like it. I was born in August 2021, rescued a couple of months later, and have been learning to adjust to House Living in a real nice house with lots of kitties of all shapes and sizes. Im still pretty shy, so go slow, because Im still trying to work it all out. Foster Mom thinks Im ready to meet the Big World and carefully choose my INSIDE ONLY Forever Home. Shes always been right, so I guess I have to trust her. I plan to try hard to pay attention and give this new life a real chance. Im not a good kitty for Very Small Children, but Id be fine with a gentle older child who has the time and patience to show me the ropes, and Id like a house that is well supervised by adults, and cat friendly. Oh, and I dont know any dogs, so please introduce us carefully. Im healthy, spayed, current on my shots, and will soon be at Twin Falls PetSmart. If youd like to meet me, stop by!

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