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American Shorthair kittens & cats in Los Lunas, New Mexico

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Cody

American Shorthair

Male, Adult
Tijeras, NM
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Good with kids, Not good with dogs, Good with cats, Spayed or Neutered,
Story
I love Cody so much! He is such a sweet and fun cat! He loves to be brushed, belly rubs, hugs and lots of cuddles and any feather toys. He’s an indoor/outdoor cat, but lately his outdoor needs are ramping. I have a cat door for him so he use to have free range of our small trailer and outdoors. But he’s hunting more and more, since his brother passed. I cannot handle wildlife in my home, but limiting his access outdoors is not working either. Unfortunately, Cody lost his brother back in July and I think he misses having a friend but I can’t commit to a kitten nor a new cat because they can’t be properly introduced in my small space. I’d love to find him a stable home with another cat or cats, where his indoor/outdoor needs could be met. He only takes a few days to warm up to people and other cats. We’ve moved a lot and he’s very adaptable for a cat. I hate to even rehome him, but I think it’s what is best. I spoil him as much as I can, but he needs more than I can offer.
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Agnes

American Shorthair

Female, Adult
Albuquerque, NM
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Good with kids, Not good with dogs, Spayed or Neutered,
Story
Agnes was my first ever pet, and she is the sweetest. I got her back in 2020 from a friend who could not have her in her new place. She is about 4 years old now. She has a sweet and affectionate temperament towards anybody, and is people friendly, though may have a hard time with dogs and needs to be trained around them. Great around children. Unfortunately, my husband tested for a cat allergy and has pretty severe eczema as a result. We are also looking to rent a house that does not allow pets. She is about 15 pounds I believe. Please let me know if you have any questions.
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Grim

American Shorthair

Male, Adult
Albuquerque, NM
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Good with kids, Good with dogs, Good with cats, Spayed or Neutered,
Story
Wonderful cat, have had for 5 years. Allergies have begun to get worse for my child. He is litter box trained. On the lazy side, likes to sleep in dark areas, loves to sleep cuddled on the bed.
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Shadow

American Shorthair

Female, Young
Albuquerque, NM
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(when grown) -
Details
Good with kids, Good with cats,
Story
Shadow is part of a litter of 3. She was born on 09/16/22 which makes her 5 weeks on 10/21/22. She is very playful and loves her sisters and mom.
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Stanley

American Shorthair

Male, Young
Rio Rancho, NM
Size
(when grown) -
Details
Good with kids, Not good with dogs, Not good with cats, Spayed or Neutered,
Story
Stanley is incredibly sweet & loving. He was born Sept 2021 & we adopted him in Spring 2022. We had 2 other cats at the time, one 2yo male & a 4yo female. We did the appropriate introductions & kept them apart for a few weeks to let them get acclimated through the closed door before being together. He was very shy initially but warmed up to our male cat very quickly. He did NOT take to our female cat at all. He would chase & attack her constantly. A spray bottle in every room became the norm. We hoped he’d outgrow it but fast forward ~18 mo. & he still does it. She’s now 5.5yo & has learned to run away any time he is near. Not a great life for her but we manage & only use a spray bottle half as much. But now my MIL has terminal cancer & couldn’t take her cat to assisted living so she’s with us & Stanley relentlessly chases & attacks her now as well. As much as it pains me to rehome him, I know he would do better as an only cat or with only a male. And the girls would be happier, too.

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