This marvelous kitty Mieka is pretty much the whole package -- she's incredibly cute, extremely curious and playful, and loves to cuddle. She's almost the perfect cat!
Mieka's kittenish antics will have you smiling all day. She loves to play, and doesn't need any fancy cat toys to make that happen. She'll make anything around her into an impromptu toy for her amusement. She'll even play withe the peas in her food!
Mieka is not only creative, but smart and curious too. Always observing what's going on around her, she keeps a watchful eye on everyone in her household.
Mieka can be a little shy with new people at first, which is probably left over from her days as a small kitten trying to survive on the streets. But once she warms up to you, it's nothing but cuddles and purrs from there on out! She will seek you out, curl up right next to you, and let you know that it's time for some belly rubs.
She also loves other cats and will do great in a home with another cat who also loves to play. Her current foster home has another cat, and there's often blurs of tuxedo fur whizzing by as they chase each other around the house or engage in epic wrestling matches. But the best is when play time is done, and they lay down to hug and clean each other. It will melt your heart. To see more of Mieka in action, check out another video of her here: http://youtu.be/W6Vvl_OciQg and here: https://youtu.be/PNsmBKgD0o0.
Meika is approximately 8 months old, spayed, negative for FIV/FeLV, vaccinated, and worm and flee free. If you would like to schedule a play date with this silly little girl contact Donna at (917) 691-9466 or StrayCatStrutNYC@gmail.com
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