I am up to date with shots, good with kids, good with dogs, and good with cats.
Riley is a female, brown/gray/tan Tabby; DOB approximately December 2014. The photo above was taken in April 2015 at 5 mos. old. Riley was found wandering around on in New Richmond and brought here to us by a group of teenage boys who had picked her up; they brought her in hoping that we could help her with a small gash she had on one of her rear legs. We agreed to take her and immediately gave medical attention to her wound, cleaned her up a bit and fed her. By the next morning she was looking 100 times better and on her way to a full recovery. Riley was presented with some vision issues but we've got her headed in the right direction with that now as well. She can see without trouble but she does have a small balance issue and we'll often find her with her head tilted - no diagnosis on her, but we believe she probably suffered from an illness as a small kitten and without being given proper treatment, she has some residual affects. She's been moved from the kitty room and into a room with other young adult cats and she is learning her manners and playing like any normal kitten would. She seems to do fine with jumping so we know those balance issues she exhibits aren't really slowing her down at all. She does well with new people, both adults and children. She's been introduced to small dogs and does fine with those as well. This little one is such a love! She loves to cuddle and snuggle and is very happy to have anyone's attention. Our thanks goes out to those boys who brought her to us where we know she is safe from harm. Riley is up-to-date on vaccinations but has not yet been spayed due to her age.
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