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Midnight City   

In shelter Cat

Homer Glen, IL, 60491
Pet name:
Midnight City
Domestic Short Hair
1 year old Midnight City and his brother, Smoke, were scavenging for food near the local taco restaurant with a bunch of other stray cats. Luckily, a local resident was able to earn their trust as was able to catch them and bring them inside where they could be safe and well-fed. She knew these boys were much too young and friendly to live the rest of their lives on the street. Even though they appear full-grown, Midnight and Smoke still have the energy and vigor of a youngin; they are very playful, especially in the evening, and love all sorts of cat toys. They also dont mind sharing the bed with you at night. These two get along well with other cats and both are very talkative. While we think it would be great for these two to find a home together, we do not require they be adopted as a pair.


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