Tiki was rescued from a life on streets in the 14th and Woodbine area. When Tiki first came to NTCR she extremely frightened of people and hiss at you to let you know. She has come a long way in learning to trust people as she now, with a slow approach will angel her neck to make it easier for you to pet her and will happily accepts head pats and rubs. Tiki is still shy and will need a patient loving owner, who understands that she is still learning to trust and allow her time to feel safe and secure. A beautiful gentle soul with extremely unique tortie markings, gorgeous amber eyes, Tiki has a playful side that comes out when she feels safe and secure. She is good with other cats and would easily make a wonderful addition to any family. If you want to give this shy sweetheart the “furever” home she has never known, please fill out an adoption application and contact us.
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