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Garbanzo (Bonded with Bean)   

In shelter Cat

Elk Grove, CA, 95758
Pet name:
Garbanzo (Bonded with Bean)
Domestic Short Hair
Black & White / Tuxedo
Coat length:
Garbanzo (Bonded with Bean)
Est DOB 06/01/2022
Adoption fee $150 ($300 for the pair)

Garbanzo, aka “bonzo,” is full of sugar and spice! He has a big personality and always wants to be the center of attention—string toys and cardboard boxes are his favorite activities 

“Bonzo” will climb on his foster humans’ laps for a rest and then race away when he hears a toy jingle. He will steal everyone else’s snacks and growl when another kitten tries to take his toys. This boy is very attached to his mama, Bean, and would like to be adopted with her. 

Applications to adopt can be found on our website

All of our cats have tested negative for FELV and are fully vaccinated. They have not only been spayed or neutered but have also been treated for worms, fleas, and have been micro chipped. 

We will register their microchip for you, provide you with a free exam visit to a participating Sacramento veterinarian, have a goodie bag with toys and coupons for Petsmart along with other complementary items. 

We offer free nail trimmings for life for not only your adopted Lapcats cat but any cat in your household too!


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