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In shelter Cat

Houston, TX, 77008
Pet name:
Domestic Short Hair
Tabby (Orange / Red)
Coat length:
Just as cute and squishy as the real thing!

“Hi my name is Peep! I was picked up from Animal Control on Easter weekend and was named after the little tiny peeps I made in my carrier! I am a petit, gentle and sweet girl who is looking to make new friends and hopefully find my forever family.

It’s almost certain to say that I have never really had much of  a family.  Coming to FFL, I was scared but still accepting of all the help everyone was giving me. I quickly learned how to communicate and what I did and didn’t like.  I LIKE treats and I like head butting.  I can eat and headbutt all day long! I don’t care too much for fast moving hands or loud noises.  It may be the wild cat, yearning for a domestic life, but I LOVE sunbathing.  Give me a good window with the sun beaming down on me and I will sleep the day away.  I have the softest fur and can’t wait to get to know my new family so I can show them as well! I would do really well with another feline friend.  I am always perked up when my feline friends at the shelter pay me a visit.  Because of how loud and fast moving kids can be, I don’t think we would get along too well.”


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