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In shelter Cat

Prosper, TX, 75078
Pet name:
Domestic Short Hair
Sibling of Carina, Crazy Eight, Olwyn, Rory Rorschach, Sequoia, Zara, and ZephyrThis mini panther came into rescue after being found in a box at a local park during the extreme heat of the summer. Luckily, Enzo and his 7 siblings were strong and healthy so quickly rebounded from this early life setback. Its highly likely that someone was caring for the kittens as they were all highly social and trusting with people.

We arent supposed to have our favorites in rescue but lets be honest there is always one in the batch that steals your heart. Enzo is that kitten. He is the runt of the litter and uses it to his advantage. He likes to be babied and showered with affection. Enzo is usually the first to throw in the towel on the crazy kitten shenanigans for calmer pursuits (like a nap in your lap). If youve been out of visual contact for too long, hell come looking for you just to check in. This guy is just a doll-- one meeting and he will win your heart.

Enzo has always had lots of kitty companionship so its important he be placed in a home with another kitten or another resident feline buddy to show him the ropes. Enzo is litter box trained, microchipped, combo tested (negative for feline leukemia and FIV) and up to date on vaccinations. This is a special guy looking for his loving, special home - please inquire or submit and adoption application today!


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