My name is KYO!

Domestic Mediumhair Cat for adoption in Murray, Utah - KYO
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I'm being cared for by:
The Humane Society of Utah

Facts about KYO

  • Breed: Domestic Mediumhair
  • Color: Unknown
  • Age: Senior
  • Sex: Male
  • ID#: 10684802-A073540
  • Hair: Medium
The saying goes `those who have a cat have no need for sculpture.` I''m a confident cat who wants to be the ruler of your kingdom. I love to be loved, but on my terms. As a `Holier Than Meow`, my favorite past time is simply being visually admired.

I am a Sink Ninja! As a true black tabby (a very rare and special coloration), I blend into the shadows. You may think you''re alone but the second a faucet is turned on, I appear to sip and drink from the gentle flow.

My name is Kyo. Pronounced Key-O. I have a lot of love to offer the right person.

I have a unique purr. It''s deep and gravelly. You will hear it most often when I have found the perfect spot on the lap of a trusted friend. It only ceases when I am asleep.

It takes a second for me to decide if a new person is a friend or not. Once we are friends I will walk up to you and butt my head against your hand for a rub. My foster family learned very quickly that I like to be near people. I follow them around the house brushing against their legs and watching as they engage in the crazy activities you humans are so fond of.

I lived with and liked the other cats in my previous home. I also like the cats at my foster''s house. But I don''t love sharing. I need to be introduced very slowly and given lots of time to adjust to my new environment.

I would do best in a household with mature children.

I am very smart. Some nice ladies at the shelter were using clicker training to teach me to sit. Plus I am litter box trained.

My adoption fee is waived meaning you just have to meet me and fill out an application but it will cost you nothing more than your time to take me home. I have had my first set of shots and I am neutered.

To meet me head down to the Foster Department of the Humane Society of Utah. If you have any questions you can email my foster mom at

About The Humane Society of Utah

Our Adoption Process...

The Humane Society encourages adoption of its animals by offering a complete package for a single low
price, which includes the animal's spay or neuter surgery, first vaccinations, a complete physical examination by an independent veterinarian, and a leash
for dogs or a carrier for cats. The Society also does its best to make sure that its animals are adopted only to
responsible, caring homes. All potential adopters are required to fill out a preliminary questionnaire and undergo counseling with a shelter employee before adoptions are approved.