HOOTIE

Breed

Domestic Short Hair

Color

Brown Tabby & White

Age

Young

Sex

Male

Size

Medium

Hi everyone, Hootie here. My foster mom calls me Hoot Hoot. I would like to tell you all about me and my brother. Well, we were living in deplorable conditions in a home when we were confiscated by animal control officers. Man, that was super scary. We were then impounded and had to live in separate cages. This did not help us to feel comfortable, at all. We kind of acted like feral cats initially upon impoundment. Given time, we each settled and started to show our true loving nature. A volunteer with SCP saw us initially and told us she would be back to see us after we settled from the trauma. She also had to wait until the judge released us to shelter custody. When she came back, guess what? We were ready! We purred, we rolled, we head-butted. She took us home and we were reunited! Once reunited, instant love again. We groomed each other and snuggled up close. Having gone through all of that, we need to find a forever home together - we help each other to be confident. Our white paws are still stained yellow from urine, however, we are putting on weight and learning about love. We are great with other kitties and seem to be fine with dogs. We were impounded with dogs as well. We play and wrestle and groom each other a lot. We have cool markings, at least we are told, and are shaded silver tabby guys. If you would like to add some affection to your home, we are your guys. We will shower our person with love. We do like to play in our water bowl and can be a little messy with that:) There is just something about having plenty of water..... I was named Hootie because I am told I look little an owl? Hey, I cannot help that! Whatever, I love it. Come meet us one Saturday at the Clear Lake Petco! Love, B

The cat adoption fee is $110 (or $175 for two cats). Second Chance Pets is a foster-based organization so all animals live in foster homes throughout the area. Adoptions are held on Saturdays from 10:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. at the Petco Clear Lake store located at 2410 Bay Area Boulevard (at Space Center). All cats are spayed/neutered, tested for FIV and feline leukemia, fully vaccinated, dewormed, defleaed and microchipped. If interested in one of our cats please feel free to complete an application, found on our website www.secondchancepets.org, and return it to us for pre-review. We do not have a phone number so please email us at pets2adopt@yahoo.com or come visit with us on Saturday!