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I am already neutered, housetrained, up to date with shots, good with dogs, and good with cats.
Kiernan, an “Oh-So-Sweet” DSH Tuxedo kitty, is looking for his own “furever” home. His name in Gaelic means “Little Dark One”. He has a black beauty mark on his nose. Too bad he wasn’t a little girl….we could have named him “Cindy Crawford”! Just look at that precious little face!
This precious boy is happy, full of life, adventurous and such fun! And, is he ever a great little purr machine! If you are looking for devotion, affection, love, sweetness and kitty antics, then this wonderful furkid is for you! He is very people oriented, loves attention, will sleep with you and likes to help you send emails!
Cavorting, tussling, running and playing with the other kitties in the house….from the younger ones to the older ones….brings him so much enjoyment. He even gets along with dogs and would love to have another kitty as a companion in his new home.
Kiernan and his siblings were rescued at approximately 5 weeks of age after their feral mom was trapped and spayed. They had been weaned from their mother, but, had to be socialized as they had never been touched by human hands. Look how friendly Kiernan is now! Foster mom adores this special boy….you will, too!
Kiernan was born approximately April 4, 2012 and has been neutered, received Rabies and FVRCP vaccinations, tested negative for FIV/FELV, dewormed, deflead and micro chipped.
If you would like to make Kiernan your own special baby, please go to catsforlife.rescuegroups.org where you can fill out an application. Or, contact Joy Ann at 713-858-5600 or email@example.com.
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