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My name is Mercedes!

Domestic Shorthair Cat for adoption in Mountain View, California - Mercedes
Photo 1 - Domestic Shorthair Cat for adoption in Mountain View, California - Mercedes
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I'm being cared for by:
Fat Cat Rescue

Facts about Mercedes

  • Breed: Domestic Shorthair
  • Color: Black (All)
  • Age: Adult
  • Sex: Female
  • ID#: 1562
  • Hair: Short

Meow!  My name is Mercedes and I'm a talkative, energetic girl. I will greet you at the door
when you come home, and talk to you until you play with me!

My favorite hobby is exploring, especially the insides of cardboard boxes and anything crinkly or rustling. My favorite toy is a little pom-pom which I pick up in my mouth, carry around the room, and bat around with my paws.

I'm a smart kitty too. My foster mom is clicker-training me and teaching me new tricks! I can
come, sit, jump up on command, and I'm even learning to speak on cue. After we finish playing, I would love to sit on your lap and watch a movie with you.

Did you know black cats are the last to be adopted, and first to be euthanized at shelters? But did you know that black cats are considered good luck in Britain?  The Fat Cat Rescue people think black cats are really wonderful, and that God gave them great personalities so that people would love them.

Won't you please take me home?

My original post about me said:

Hi there!  My name is Mercedes.  I'm a gentle and loving kitten that is as cute as can be.  I will run and greet you and purr when you pick me up. I enjoy playing with my siblings and climbing high up on the cat tree.  I would love to be part of your family.

Please note:

  • Indoor only

More information & application

About Fat Cat Rescue

About Our Rescue Group...

Fat Cat Rescue was founded by one of the original co-founders of the Stanford Cat Network, one of the first TNR programs in the country. While SCN focusses on the Stanford University campus, Fat Cat Rescue responds to requests for help in the surrounding community.

Our Adoption Process...

When you view a cat's profile or our adoption application form, you'll find a "Here's How" link which shows our process and adoption low, low adoption fee.