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In shelter Cat

Tyler, TX, 75703
Pet name:
Domestic Short Hair
Gray & White
Extra Large
Coat length:
BOO-BOO came to us recently after being rescued from a long hard life outside. He has easily adjusted to an indoor life, where he is safe and happy and he loves being part of a foster family!  He recently discovered that his favorite thing is to be held and rocked like a baby!  
He loves to sit in his foster moms lap every morning while she works on the computer, and lays on her shoulder.  Sometimes, he falls asleep and other times he just sits quietly, except for the purring.  He is very happy and relaxed. 

His appetite is really good and he loves his treats!!  Boy! does he love his treats!!  And he is a talker when he thinks its time for those treats.  At night, he is a total lap cat and sits in an open lap and watches TV.  He also hangs out on the catio with his kitty foster friends and he has learned to play with toys.  

He’s a stout ol’ tom-cat, with lots of love to give.  He is about 8 YO, and is neutered, FELV/FIV negative, vaccinated, HomeAgain microchipped, and he recently had a dental.  

Won’t you adopt this sweet chubby cheeked guy?  Complete an online application on our website at  100% indoor only and no declawing.


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