When you adopt a cat, you save a life.

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Sleepy (aka Catolino)

ID: 47540
Breed: Domestic Shorthair
Sex: Female
Age: 4 months
Weight: 3 lbs
Location: Foster Home

Name : Sleepy (Catolino) ID: A47540 Sex: Male Catolino is a feisty brown and white tabby boy who loves human interaction, playing with his siblings and devouring treats. He is quick to jump in your lap and purr away the stresses of the day! He has been in the same foster home for almost 2 months and in that time has been exposed to other animals (cats ranging from 1 year to 10 years old) and a senior small dog (9 years old). I would love for him to join a family with another fur baby, as he is very active! Do you have room in your heart and home to give this tiny tabby the forever home he has fought so hard for? I am living in a San Antonio Pets Alive! foster home. By adopting me, you not only give me a new leash on life; you also save the life of an additional pet who can be rescued from euthanasia and placed in foster care. If you are interested in adopting me, please email with my name and ID#. Please allow up to 24 hours to respond, as all fosters work on a volunteer basis. To find out how you can get involved and help turn San Antonio into a no-kill city, please visit