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In shelter Cat

Coppell, TX, 75019
Pet name:
Orange / Red
Coat length:
Pi came into rescue when she and her family were found in a box left at a vet offices front porch. The mom and litter were covered in ringworm, but otherwise healthy. After many months of treatment, lots of handling, and tons of TLC, the babies are ready for their furever homes.
Pi is a smart and athletic boy. He loves toys of all kinds especially catnip toys, wands, laser lights and...your hair! Ponytails, buns, long hair are all fun games of pouncing and chewing. Hair clips and elastics are no match for this ferocious tiger. He loves the cat tower and races up it like a panther. Pi has been raised around a gentle, well-mannered small child, other cats and has some exposure to cat-experienced dogs. He has a twin brother, Leo, if interested in two furkids. Come visit the kitten room, meet the Zodiac kittens and find your next baby(ies)!

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