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 Pixel 05-3854

Pixel 05-3854

Pixel (DOB 3/28/12) is about as big of a purr machine as his brother, Chip. He loves getting attention from people and being noticed. He and his brother, Chip, were found living in a company parking garage. Although well-fed and healthy, the one thing they lacked was human companionship and socialization. Now in their foster home, they're learning all about the benefits of lap-sitting, petting, laser light playing, and overall adoration from humans. Since they are bonded, it's best for them to be adopted together as a pair. Although still a bit skittish, they are well on their way in transition from two healthy feral kittens to two healthy, active, and friendly in-your-face kittens. They just need a little more patience and understanding to complete their journey. Chip and Pixel will be showcasing every Saturday and Sunday at the Fremont Petco from 1-4. Come meet them and give them the attention and little kitty massages they crave.

**Note: Adoption in SF Bay Area Only**

Details of Pixel 05-3854

  • Name: Pixel 05-3854
  • Type: Cat
  • Gender: Male
  • Breed: Domestic Shorthair
  • Age: 10 years 2 months
  • Color: Black
  • House trained: Yes
  • Shots Current: Yes
  • Spayed/Neutered: Yes
  • Special Needs: No
  • Good with Dogs: Unknown
  • Good with Cats: Yes
  • Host: Furry Friends Rescue
  • Organization: Furry Friends Rescue
  • Date Added: 6/12/12


  • For safety and training reasons for both young kids and the puppy (who will grow to full size by 8 months) or dog, we do not adopt puppy or dogs to homes with children under 8 years old...Read more
  • See our How to Adopt page for more information on how the Furry Friends Rescue Adoption process works, including important updates due to the Covid-19 pandemic.
  • Furry Friends Rescue adopts animals that will be indoor family members only.
  • Furry Friends Rescue will only adopt to homes in the San Francisco Bay Area. If you're from out of the area/out of state, please check Petfinder.org, AdoptAPet.com and PetHarbor.comfor animals in need of homes in your local area.