Calm - Friendly - Happy
Mia is a beautiful black and golden tortie. She's a senior gal who is more interested in naps and pets than in racing about the house and bouncing off walls. She can be a little shy at first, but once she has gotten to know you, you could not ask for a more affectionate cat. She loves to be curled up by your side while you watch Netflix, or read a good book, or play X-box. Mia loves attention, and would love a home where her special people are home a lot to give her the affection she craves. She would be the perfect fit for a housebound senior, or a young professional who has a home office! Or a homemaker who will let her sit at their side as they take care of their house.
As an older lady, Mia's kidneys aren't quite what they used to be, and she will require special care to keep her renal failure in check. Our adoption counselors can tell you more about what kind of care she needs, but we can tell you this: it will be well worth it to have this sweet face greet you at the door every day.
Mia gets along fine with the other cats in the cattery, so would do well with a calm feline companion with a similar low-key activity level. Or she could flourish as an only cat, and keep all your attention for herself!
All APA! cats are fully vetted, spayed or neutered, and have updated vaccines and a microchip. Lifetime support is offered by our Cat Behavior Team.
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