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Sweet Pea   

In shelter Cat

Cleveland, OH, 44119
Pet name:
Sweet Pea
Domestic Short Hair
Black & White / Tuxedo
Coat length:
Well, I’m Sweet Pea. My foster mom called me Sweet Pea when I was born because she initially thought I was going to be a girl. She’s not the best at determining that when babies are brand new. She decided to keep my name because I really am a sweet guy. Me and my brother Green Bean are chill and loving dudes who hang out together a lot. We do love to play and sometimes we will roughhouse, but we really enjoy some good cuddles too. I’m just hoping that you might want to meet me so I can show you I will love you forever! If you want to meet my awesome siblings, they are Green Bean, Tater Tot and Cupcake. They need forever homes, too! Please know that any one of us would be so happy to meet you!

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  1. American Humane Association
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  3. American Veterinary Medical Association
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