I am already spayed and up to date with shots.
MacKenzie, approx. 8 months old, was found wandering around a McDonald's parking lot by a person as she was leaving the restaurant. She threw her bits of food, bringing the food closer and closer to herself in order to bring the kitten closer to her. Another patron joined in. One of them had a blanket in the car and was able to throw it over the cat and carry her to the car. The rescuer took her to her vet and had her checked out. Then she called Stray Cat Blues. Although she was skinny and hungry, she was very friendly and loving. Weeks later, she is now fully vetted and ready for her forever home. Her left eye was scratched in the past, now has scar tissue and she can see shadows. It requires no treatment.
BTW, an orange female is very unusual. Most orange cats are males and are known to have a very good disposition which is what MacKenzie has.
MacKenzie is spayed, litterbox trained, is up to date on vaccinations, and tested negative for FeLV and FIV.
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