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In shelter Cat

Fort Worth, TX, 76102
Pet name:
Domestic Short Hair
Meet Hulk. Hulk was born mid March 2022. He came to his foster family with his four other siblings at the tender age of 12 hours old. Now Hulk is ready for his forever home!

Hulk got his mane because he was a chunk, and the biggest in the litter. He has one eye that is beautifully accented. He is a medium hair fly snuggle bug. He has a special talent. If he wants you to hold him, he will meow at you to get your attention. He will then jump up into your arms and give you head boops. He loves other cats, kittens, and is great around gentle large dogs all with proper introductions. He has only been around older children so he would need a slow introduction to gentle respectful smaller children. He likes baths and car trips. He is great with vet visits and nail trimming sessions too. Hes an all around great guy. He is litter box trained.

You must submit an application to be considered for adoption. We cannot reply to all inquiries, but respond to all no obligation applications. Fill out an application at It doesnt obligate you, but it is the first step. Fee is $150 which includes vaccinations, combo testing, spay/neuter and microchip.


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