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My name is Sammy!

Maine Coon Cat for adoption in Houston, Texas - Sammy
Photo 1 - Maine Coon Cat for adoption in Houston, Texas - Sammy
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I'm being cared for by:
Petconnect Rescue Inc

Facts about Sammy

  • Breed: Maine Coon
  • Color: Brown Or Chocolate (Mostly)
  • Age: Young
  • Sex: Male
  • Hair: Long
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Important Note

Sammy is best friends with Sharri. Please adopt both of them so they can stay together!
*Sammy is only available for adoption to adopters local to the Houston, TX area. Please only show interest for Sammy if this is the case, other inquiries from elsewhere may not be followed up*

*Sammy and his sister Sharri must be adopted together, we will not adopt out one without the other, please only contact us if you are interested in both cats*

Sammy is about 6 months old and was rescued from a shelter where he and his bother Donatello were neglected. Even though they were healthy they lacked close interaction with humans.

Sammy was very timid in the beginning and has taken some time to earn trust on humans. He now enjoys being combed and petted while he eats his favorite wet food. He loves to rest over foster mom chest and appreciates loving care.

Sammy is a pretty long hair kitten with a cute beauty mark next to his nose. His curious look is inviting to pet him and give him love. He gets along with other kittens and is specially bonded with his sister Sherri.

Sammy will need a home of an experienced cat lover with patience, compassion and love to help him to completely come out of his shell.

He would do better in a calm, quiet, loving home where he can gets a lot of attention and consistent affection. He may not do well in a home with dogs or young kids. Sammy is ready to be a companion pet of someone that can devote all the attention and affection he needs.Sammy is particularly bonded to his sister Sherri and the 2 must be adopted together.

Please contact us if you feel you are the right adopter for Sammy,

*Sammy and Sharri must be adopted together, please contact us if you are interested in adopting these two adorable siblings. Adoption Fee is $120 total for Sammy and Sharri together

About Petconnect Rescue Inc

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Come Meet Our Pets...

We have adoption centers in Houston and Central Texas:

Houston:
PetSmart #1107 - 2902 S Shepherd Dr, Houston, Texas 77098; 713-520-7917

Killeen:
PetSmart #628 – 2500 East Central Texas Highway, Killeen, Texas, 76543 (off W.S. Young); 254-634-1664

Temple:
PetSmart #1596 – 3550 South General Bruce Drive, Temple, Texas, 76504 (in the same shopping center as Best Buy, Home Depot, and Target); 254-742-1816

Cats are available for adoption 7 days a week, any time the store is open at the Temple & Killeen locations. Adoptions at the Houston S Shepard PetSmart only take place between 11.30am-4.00pm on Saturdays and Sundays.

*Please note that all of the animals listed on Adopt a Pet for Pet Connect Rescue are based in Houston. The Petsmart adoption location listed for the animals is where they are at the weekends. At all other times the animals are at their foster parents house. Please contact us to check on the status and location of any animal before visiting our Petsmart locations, if you are interested in a specific animal.*

Our Adoption Process...

All of our pets are spayed or neutered, microchipped, vaccinated, dewormed, and given a flea preventative before they are available for adoption. Cats and kittens are also tested for feline leukemia and the feline immunodeficiency virus (FIV) and must be negative to enter the adoption program.

Our adoption fee of $85 covers only a small fraction of the cost of rescuing, rehabilitating, and housing these homeless animals. Donations help us to provide veterinary care, medicine, vaccinations, food, kitty litter, and other supplies, so that the only limit on our foster caregivers is the size of their homes – not the size of their pocketbooks.