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Meet the Shoulder Cat: Kashmir

Kashmir

Kashmir is arguably the most affectionate cat we have ever had at our shelter.  He thinks his proper place in life is on your shoulders. You can walk from room to room with him there. Meanwhile, he’ll purr in your ear the entire time. He likes to rub his cheek on your cheek too.

While he gets along with the other cats in his kitty room, he clearly prefers people, and is happiest when he is at your side, or (ideally) lounging on your shoulders.

 There are several black cats in his kitty room, so if you don’t know which one is Kashmir, simply squat down to pet one of his roommates, and before you know it he will hop onto your shoulders.

 Some people walk around with a parrot on their shoulder.  Well, Kashmir is for someone who wants to walk around with a cat on his or her shoulders.

 Come see Kashmir at AnSams’ animal shelter, located at 72-307 Ramon Road in Thousand Palms. Our hours are Tuesday through Friday, from 9am – 4:30pm and Saturdays from 9:30am – 3:30pm. Questions?  Call 760.343.3477 x4

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