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Code: BFT2022


In shelter Cat

San Antonio, TX, 78227
Pet name:
Domestic Short Hair
Boned pair. Will be adopted with Ginger.
Otter has a very fearless, kind of silly personality. He has a very curious nature that has helped him overcome new situations, people, and making new furry friends a breeze. He loves affection on his terms but doesnt mind being picked up and cuddled. He is great with kids, LOVES to play with other cats, especially his fellow kitten friend, Ginger (62555), and has started to enjoy the company of our cat-friendly dog. Otter is always ready to play and loves to chase balls across the floor. He is not much of a lap cat yet but loves to lounge on the bed next to you, sniff you to see where you have been, and give you kisses. Otter was found with a severe eye infection in one eye and with lots of love and care from his first foster, his eye was saved. It does still have a little cloudy appearance and might have some small effect on his vision, but he manages without issue, was deemed healthy by the vet, and if anything it adds to his overall character. He is a gorgeous, sweet little panther and would be a great fit in almost any home.
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