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Domestic Mediumhair kittens & cats in Wahpeton, North Dakota

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Herbie

Domestic Mediumhair

Male, Adult
Fargo, ND
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Good with kids, Not good with dogs, House-trained, Spayed or Neutered, Shots are up-to-date,
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We got Herbie from a local shelter 7 years ago when he was a kitten. He is house trained and loves hanging around all of us, except now we have a puppy and they don’t get along. Herbie still hangs around all of us, even as the puppy bothers him. He is a good cat, house trained and loves occasionally being petted.
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(ba) Bobo

Domestic Mediumhair

Female, 2 yrs 2 mos
Fargo, ND
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Good with kids, Good with cats, House-trained, Spayed or Neutered, Shots are up-to-date,
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Bobo is believed to be about 2 years old. She is obsessed with her spiral toys, loves feathers, lasers and making biscuits. Bobo gets along with cats with slow introduction; it took about 2 weeks for the resident cat and her to be able to be left alone together. Now they love to chase each other up and down the stairs. Bobo is a lovely girl, looking for her forever home.
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Boy

Domestic Mediumhair

Female, Adult
Fargo, ND
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House-trained, Spayed or Neutered, Shots are up-to-date,
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Boy is an adult, spayed female cat, probably born in 2019 or so.  She is currently the most tenured adoptable cat in our care.  She arrived in September 2023 with Akasha, who may or may not be her mom.  Akasha was adopted and Boy withdrew and didn't want to be with us or even be seen. After a few months, she came out of her shell to make friends with the other quiet cats in her room and started enjoying short bursts of petting with us. Update:  She's gained a couple pounds, is shaped like a round torpedo, and now INSISTS on pets. She charges out of wherever she's sleeping to crash into us, demanding pets and conversation.  She's a solid meat missile with one objective in mind - PET ME!!  It's really great to see how much she's changed in the time she's been with us, and all of us would love to see Boy find her forever home this summer.  No one wants to celebrate a 1-year anniversary with this chonky sweetheart.June 21, 2024, 9:00 pm
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Cahira

Domestic Mediumhair

Female, 1 yr
Fargo, ND
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Good with kids, Good with dogs, Good with cats, House-trained, Shots are up-to-date,
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Hi, my name is Cahira, which is Irish for women warrior.  My foster mom says this name suits me.  When I first came into foster care I was so scared and frightened, that I hid underneath a dresser for weeks.  When my foster mom had to give me vaccinations I just shook in terror until she got me two little brothers to play with. They are the best thing since sliced bread. Mom gives me a little churu every night before bed (its our bonding time) and we snuggle.  Mom gives the best scritches in all the right places.  My foster brothers taught me to not be so scared and that everyone isn't out to hurt me.  I'm cat, dog and kid friendly. Oh apparently I love to talk.  Who can blame me? I was so scared for so long that I have a lot to catch up.on.  When it's feeding time, I sing on top of my lungs so I'm not forgotten. Sincerely,Cahira
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Layla

Domestic Mediumhair

Female, Adult
West Fargo, ND
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Good with kids, Spayed or Neutered,
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Layla was found on the side of the road when she was about five weeks old. She was rescued and nurtured back to health. Unfortunately, that owner couldn't keep her and needed a good home for her. I adopted Layla in October of 2007, when she was seven weeks old. She was a spunky little kitten. She still is quite playful. As my family grows I am unable to give her the love and attention she needs. I think she would prefer a new home with someone who doesn't have any other cats or dogs. Since most of her life thus far she has been the only pet. Layla enjoys fresh water every morning and multiple daily servings of cat food. She's a very healthy ten pound cat. Thanks for your time.

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Turtle Mountain Animal Rescue

Fargo, ND 58102

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Turtle Mountain Animal Rescue

Fargo, ND 58102

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43.8 miles

Cat's Cradle Shelter, Inc.

9 9th Street South, Fargo, ND 58102

Pet Types: cats

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