Monday, October 27, 2014

Cisco Cat Was a Friend of Mine ...

Posted By on Mon, Oct 27, 2014 at 3:00 PM

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  • Cisco Cat was a friend of mine The Cisco Cat was a friend of mine; He drink milk, while I just drank my wine

Yes, good people at the Humane Society have sent us another photo of an adorable adoptable cat that you won't look at without saying something like, "Awww," or "Cuuuuute." His name is Cisco, #793202, a seven-year-old domestic long hair male.

As the Humane Society’s feline greeter, Cisco will always introduce himself with a slow blink and a gracious headbump. This handsome gentleman loves being close to people and will snuggle to his heart’s content. Once you meet Cisco, it’s easy to see why he has absolutely everyone at the Humane Society of Southern Arizona smitten. He’s outgoing, unshakably calm and so endearing. Cisco is declawed, accustomed to living with other animals and happy to spend his evenings curled up by your side. If you could give this warm, wonderful boy a loving forever home, please get to know sweet Cisco today!

***As part of the Humane Society’s Petacular Pumpkin Patch promotion, Cisco has a $31 adoption fee through October!

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