|Address||London, ON N6C3W3
|Pet's Date of Birth||30-Apr-14 (2 years old)|
2 1/2-3 1/2 year old female tuxedo cat. |
I took her from a friend that could no longer care for her about a year ago. I thought I'd keep her forever until life threw me a curve ball. I have to move and cannot take her with me :(
The grey cat in the pictures with her has found a home already and she misses him dearly so I'm hoping whoever takes her either has another animal or some time each day to give her love and affection.
I discovered after I adopted her that she was never fixed. She had two kittens and I found them both a home about 2 weeks ago. I am willing to cover up to 150 for the cost to fix her. I will pay the vet directly to insure someone doesn't take her just to pocket the money and then dump her somewhere.
Ummm what else....
-she's tiny. She looks about 6-8 months old.
-she loves to talk to anyone who is interested in pretending.
-she loves to be near you regardless of what you're doing.
-she has never once peed anywhere except her litter box
-she was an indoor cat when I got her but the grey cat I already had was not so she escaped once and since it's been hard to stop her because she's so tiny and fast. Sometimes i don't even see her zip by when I open the door... she's a ninja lol
-she's super sweet, loving, and cuddly but she's not a huge fan of being picked up when you're standing.
She comes with a little box, cat brush, cat bed, nail clippers, food bowls and I've no problem including a box of litter and bag of food if that helps. I just really want to find her a home and I'm running out of time. My heart hurts thinking I might have to give her to a shelter... cause we all know where that leads for adult cats.
Any other questions please ask.
My name is kristina
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