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Mao Michelle   

In shelter Cat

Fort Worth, TX, 76102
Pet name:
Mao Michelle
Meet Mao Michelle born 2020. Hes a Siberian mix. Mao was part of a large rescue of over 35 cats and dogs. Their caregiver was an avid animal lover who sadly suffered from mental illness and ended up taking her own life. It was quickly obvious to us that she poured a lot of love into her pets. We couldnt let them all go to the shelter so we were able to get them into foster care!

Mao loves to take numerous catnaps throughout the day next to the windows in the sun. He LOVES to play with toys and can get so excited at night that hell zoom from one room to another. When food is left unattended, hell be the first curious kitty to see what his snacking options are and then steal the straw from your drink - straws are his favorite. He gets along with other friendly kitties with proper introductions. Hes like a pal in his new home and plenty of attention. Hes a big sweet boy whos also a lot of fun. He is litter box trained and vetted.

You must submit an application to be considered for adoption. We cannot reply to all inquiries, but respond to all no obligation applications. Fill out an application at It doesnt obligate you, but it is the first step. Fee is $150 which includes vaccinations, combo testing, spay/neuter and microchip.


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