So you are thinking about adopting a calico cat, or maybe a cat with a tortoiseshell coat. Then again, perhaps you are considering a tabby with a gorgeous white ruff and cute little socks. Well, why pick just one when you can have all three in one fabulously fashionable feline package? But wait…there’s more! If you apply today, Cali, a 4-year old Maine Coon mix, will also throw in an amazing Chimera-patterned face for free!
Cali has a beautifully sweet personality to match her gorgeous appearance. Cali loves the company of her people, following her foster mom all over the house. As soon as her foster mom sits down, Cali is right there to snuggle up next to her for some pets. Cali is a smart kitty too, and comes when she’s called. She enjoys playtime, but is mostly content to just be with her people. Cali gets along well with other cats, as well as dogs. Cali will be a loving addition to her new family.
Cali has two medical conditions that are being successfully managed by a special diet and monitoring by her veterinarian. Cali has been diagnosed with Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) and must be fed a special diet (Hills Prescription I/D) to keep her digestive system working properly. If there are other cats in the household, those cats can be fed the same diet. Cali has also been diagnosed with a stage 4 heart murmur. She is young and healthy, and has no restrictions at this time, though she will require regular veterinary visits to watch for any changes in her condition.
Cali has been spayed, is up-to-date on her vaccinations, and has tested negative for FeLV/FIV. She is a very tidy young lady and always uses her litter box.
Cali is located in Brick, NJ. If you are interested in adopting her, please fill out an adoption application on our web site: http://www.omcrescue.org/form/adoption_application.php . You may also e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions or would like to learn more about Cali.
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