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Male Kitten Domestic Short Hair (mixed)

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About Dean

Adoption Fee: $150

My name is Dean and I was born in August 2019. I was found in Laredo. Boy is that a scary place for kittens! Because of that, I'm still learning to trust humans, but because my foster Mom is so great, I'm realizing humans can be great. I am a feisty and friendly Tabby cat who loves to run around and play. I play gently and well with others and I don’t like to bite people. My favorite thing to do is run through the house to test out how fast I am. I live with a dog and two other cats. One of the cats is a newborn and when ever it cries I feel bad for it and want to comfort it. The dog is big and we get along. 

My foster mom says I’m pretty smart because I know how to open the bedroom door. It has a round door handle and I like to jump from the dresser and hang on it until it opens, hehe. I like to sit on the chair and watch the world through the window and also like to curl up in the recliner to take naps. I would do well in a house with other friendly cats, a friendly dog, or as a solo with an attentive and loving human. I am FIV/FELV negative. 



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Foster based rescue Dallas TX 75228

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