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Yerba Mate   

In shelter Cat

San Luis Obispo, CA, 93405
Pet name:
Yerba Mate
Domestic Short Hair
Tabby (Brown / Chocolate)
Some kittys like Yerba Mate, 1-year-old, are abandoned and left to fend for themselves. Fortunately, our TNR team was able to trap him - not much resistance there - in Cayucos and give him a second chance to find a caring family.

He is listed as special needs just because of his eye, but it doesnt hold him back! He had an injured eye caused by trauma when he came in and it was decided the best course was to remove the eye completely. Hes healed, stitches have been removed, and hes back to his mischief self. He is extremely friendly with people but has a real attitude towards other kitties; he has made his preference very clear, "Im to be the only one!"

Youll never find a friendlier companion; hes loving, sweet, and hes all yours and just yours; you really cant ask for more!
*note the second photo is pre-eye surgery!

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