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In shelter Cat

Long Beach, CA, 90805
Pet name:
Domestic Short Hair
Tabby (Brown / Chocolate)
My name is Houdini and I will amaze you with my magic tricks! First, I will make my food VANISH into thin air! Then, I will steal your heart! 

Houdini just magically appeared at a feral colony one day, and we knew immediately that he wasnt feral. So, into the rescue he came. He earned his name the first night he was in care: he had been secured into a kennel for that first night, and when we went to say good morning to the kitties the next day, Houdini greeted us alongside the rest of the kitties. His kennel was still closed and latched. To this day, we dont know how he did that - but we were impressed and so he earned his super cool name. 

 Houdini is guesstimated to have been around 3 years old when he was found. Hes healthy and happy and gets along well with other kitties - and he would be super happy to be adopted with his friend Ghost, but its not a requirement, just a wish.  Hes a pretty good starter cat, easy to read and easygoing in his behavior. He ideally needs a kitty friend. He loves being brushed, is super food motivated, and is sometimes quietly chatty. 

Send us an application if you would like to meet Houdini!

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