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Siamese kittens & cats in University Place, Washington

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Female, Young
Spanaway, WA
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Good with kids, Good with dogs, Good with cats, Spayed or Neutered,
Hi future human friend! My name is Dopette-- I am bold and confident and may I say, beautiful Siamese cat. I have stunning blue eyes that my human friends say remind me of the galaxies. I love to purr and be around my human family. I am known to take outdoor walks and follow you while you walk. I am an indoor/outdoor cat that spends most of my time outdoors, I don't wander far because I love to be around my humans- my previous owner left me behind and this kind couple has been taking care of me for two years. I love affection, treats, and I love meal time! I am very happy to be with my human family and love adventure. I am looking to be re-homed in an indoor warm and loving home and someone to care for me for the rest of my life! I am also open to being in an outdoor barn environment if I am safe, well fed, warm and not alone. Most importantly, I am looking for a safe, warm and happy environment where I can consistently be well fed, loved and cared for. Hope to meet you soon!
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Male, Senior
Tacoma, WA
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Good with kids, Not good with dogs, Not good with cats, Spayed or Neutered,
Hi everyone! This is my cat mojo, he's around 15 yrs old and I've had him since we were both babies. He is an old cat but he's very healthy and still has a lot of life left in him. My parents just moved and I said I'd take care of him but it's too much responsibility for me with my job and my schedule. He's lived with a big family his whole life so he's really good with kids and other people. He loves attention and spending time with you although he doesn't play very much anymore . He doesn't get along with other animals that well but he won't bite or scratch and he ends up getting used to them after being around them for a while. He has been around dogs and cats so he knows how to act even if he doesn't like them. He's honestly my best friend and I love him so much I just want him to go with people who will love him almost as much as I do.
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Male, Adult
Lakewood, WA
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Good with kids, Good with cats, Spayed or Neutered,
This Marshmallow. He’s about three years old. I love him to death, but I’m moving and my new place doesn’t allow cats. He super sweet and cuddly. House trained. Not a picky eater lol.

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