Captured along with 3 other siblings and mom who were all feral and eating out of trash cans in late 2015. The kitten siblings were approx 4-6 weeks of age upon intake and needed surrogate milk as momma became combative but did not hurt them or us. Since momma has started becoming domesticated along with the kittens one of whom has already been adopted leaving 3 kittens remaining.
Given the name "Fiesty" after her personality upon rescue intake and beyond. She is a beautiful girl has come a long way since transitioning and is much more trustworthy then she was initially. Still fiesty as ever she is more playful then scared. Transitioning from feral to domesticated house cat will require adopters to have more patience with her adapting to surroundings.
Fully vetted including all vaccinations, combo testing, Rabies vaccine, awaiting spay. Requires yearly combo testing, yearly rabies vaccine and annual vaccinations after adoption.
Social & Training Info:
Fiesty is great with cats and dogs in addition to children of all ages and adults. Litter trained, eats regular diet and although has been outside/inside cat previously to being rescued Fiesty MUST be indoor cat only upon adoption. Is crate trained and feels most comfortable when crate is set up for her to run to in cases of being scared or unsure of surroundings.
Fee: $75 includes vet care
The Following is Required: Meet & Greet, Background Check, Questionnaire, Vet References, Landlord Approval, Home Check, Signed Contract
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