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In shelter Cat

San Luis Rey, CA, 92068
Pet name:
Domestic Short Hair
Zappos is an outgoing and sweet little guy. Hes a charcoal tabby with very Cheetah-like face markings.
He had a rough start in life after being found, injured, inside a car engine. Hes an overcomer and hasnt let his hurt feet or other surface injuries hold him back. Hes almost completely healed but we affectionately call him boo boo beans.
When hes not busy playing wrestle mania with his foster brother , Curveball who hes bonded with, hes on the hunt for any kind of toy. He loves chasing toys and the shaker mice and puff balls are his favorites. We love hearing his little feet galloping down our wood floors. Vroom vroom. Hes super snuggly and purrs when you get close.
Hes slim but can put away a good portion of wet food and he enjoys kibble. Overall hes a FOF (fan of food).
He does great in the litter box covering up his potties and doesnt fling litter everywhere. Hes used both clay and walnut shell litter.
As with all SPOT cats and kittens, Zappos is neutered, hes up-to-date on his vaccines, hes been dewormed, he was screened negative for FELV, and hes micro chipped.

His adoption fee is $150.00.
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  3. American Veterinary Medical Association
  4. Veterinary Information Network
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