Coco was rescued from North Central shelter with her kittens, who have all been adopted. With her tiny face, and gorgeous ticking along her sides; Coco is definitely an Abyssinian mix. Not only does she look the part, but she has the personality to match! Super smart, very inquisitive, outgoing, and loves to climb. Coco will perch on your shoulders if she can, always wanting attention and love for as long as you can give it. She needs a home where she will be challenged mentally and given lots of play time to keep her from getting bored.
She's a fabulous little lady who LOVES people and with the correct introduction and personality, is ok with other cats. At the WLA Petsmart, Coco would climb out of the enclosure, straight into your arms and want to be held while she purred away. She is very energetic and playful, but also loves to lounge around and stare out the windows. She has the most precious meow ever, not super loud, just a little chirp when she's got something exciting to say.
Coco is spayed, up to date on vaccines, dewormed, flea treated, tested for FIV/Felv, and microchipped.
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